Photographers Flock to Social Media but Can't Say It Pays

Posted on 12/23/2009 by Julia Dudnik Stern | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Close to half (43%) of respondents to a survey conducted by San Francisco photographer Jim Goldstein said Web sites and blogs offer the most revenue-generating opportunities in the social media landscape. Goldstein, who also just gave a presentation on social media at PhotoPlus Expo, designed the survey to help understand how and why photographers use social media. While responding photographers see social media as offering revenue opportunities, it has yet to offer much actual revenue.


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