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  1. Hi There,

    You have a great site. We thought you might want to know about ours. We specialise in images of women for professional buyers.

    Warm regards,

    Simon Moss

    Comment by Simon | September 9, 2008 | Reply

  2. That’s good to know Simon. Thanks.

    Comment by Richard Wong | September 9, 2008 | Reply

  3. Hello,

    Since summer last year I’m running an stockphotowebsite. One in many you’d think, but look at my pictures and you will judge different. is the URL.

    My question is this. For more exposure I would like to ask you to write a review and place it on your website.

    Is this an possibility

    with warm winter greetings
    Edwin Molenaar

    Comment by Edwin Molenaar | January 6, 2009 | Reply

  4. This site is not for the purpose of promoting commercial photography websites. But thanks for the suggestion. However if you have some photo business knowledge that you would like to share with us on the site then feel free to let me know and I will post your article if it is appropriate.


    Comment by Richard Wong | January 6, 2009 | Reply

  5. Richard,

    I came to your site by a search for “licensestream” and users of.

    I signed up under the 1 year free, but have not put anything up as of yet since I can not get a read on people using or buying from. Do you have any success with this system? Do you think they will be around in 9 – 18 months?

    I am a user of Zenfolio but have kept a lot of my images off that site. Also, I have recently sold 30 images to a corporate buyer in Toronto, and would like to sell more.

    Just looking at the stock market as a whole and keeping the photo flow going.

    be well


    Comment by laurence zankowski | February 27, 2009 | Reply

  6. Hi Laurene. My experience with LicenseStream was limited to the testing I wrote about on the blog post that you probably saw and also take note of the comment that Gary Crabbe left about pricing inaccuracies.

    I don’t see any reason why they wouldn’t be around at least for the next year since they seem to have support from major players. Plus there has been a lot of talk about trying to standardize things for people involved in the industry so this is definitely a step in the right direction. The key lies in education however. Serious photo buyers will be probably be well-versed in issues like this but the unsolicited request might not even know anything about copyright law.

    Comment by Richard Wong | February 27, 2009 | Reply

    • Any business that has to have suckers for customers in order to be profitable is a bad business, both morally and in practical reality.A slightly irspneorsible black person who always makes payments sufficient to avoid foreclosure, but pays a high interest rate to start and also pays a variety of fees and penalties, is a lot better bank customer than a more anal white customer who shops around for the absolute lowest interest rate, refinances the minute he can get a lower rate, and never pays any late fees because he sets up an automatic debit.

      Comment by Dina | July 1, 2017 | Reply

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