If you just got here, you probably didn’t
know until a second ago that you could sell your photos online or maybe you tried but
without results. If the 2nd option applies to you, just give me a second to explain two
things to newcomers. By the way, I’m Daniele and I’ve been selling my photos and videos
online since 2006. When I started, it took me several weeks of
waiting before someone bought my first image but thanks to the study and the sacrifice
I put in, from then on I have traveled throughout Europe and changed my life. You too can start producing: you need just
a basic-level camera and some time to sign up for the major online agencies, which then
provide websites and advertisements with content created by people like you and me. But there is one thing that you have to consider:
today there is a lot of competition and if you try to do everything by yourself you won’t
get anywhere because you can’t know what kind of content sells more of or how to describe
and keyword your photos to make them easy to find by potential buyers. All clear, right? Now, give me just a second
to explain something to those who have tried in the past without getting results. Making money with stock images does not depend
only on the quality with which they were created. There are so many better photographers than
me who do not sell anything because they do not understand that the types of images that
are successful in microstock, as the websites that sell the photos are called, are not the
same as the ones that have likes on social networks or those hanging in exhibitions. I’ll give you an example: let’s say you want
to sell this photo. If you tried to be a producer in the past, you would have hoped to sell
it because you thought you were better than the average photographer. Actually, the stylistic
factor probably has nothing to do with it. For example, I’m sure you don’t know that
there is a free tool that tells you that since this place can be called both Coliseum and
Colosseum in English, if you describe it with the first word you have three times more chances
of selling it. Your second mistake will have been to consider
the description as a waste of time since it is actually the most boring part of the job.
As a result, you will have done it quickly and badly and decided to only sell your photos
on a couple of sites in order to avoid losing your nights entering data on the computer.
But perhaps you don’t know that you can write the descriptions for your images only once
and then transfer the descriptions with one click to 30 other agencies, multiplying your
earnings without effort. If like me you’re not a native English speaker,
surely some keywords will have been lost while describing your content. Your problem is that
you don’t know about this other free tool, based on artificial intelligence, where you
simply upload the photo and the tool recognizes it and creates the keywords associated with
it, allowing you to transfer them to microstocks. I explained to you how to triple your chances
of earning simply by entering the right terms in the description of the photo. Then, I taught
you that you can multiply those chances by transferring the description to 30 agencies
with one click. Moreover, if your English is not perfect or you don’t want to spend
your time writing on the computer, I showed you a tool that generates the keywords by
itself. I will stop here for now, but if you click on the link below you will come to a
page where you can see 4 free videos that explain in detail these things and many more
to make money with your photos. It costs you nothing to try.