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Last answer by toiken 63 months ago +1 votes:
The degree of commitment you have at iStockphoto will determine how much money you can earn from each photo you upload in their site. If you are only a contributor, you can east a base royalty of 15% for each download. If you are an exclusive contributor, you can earn as much as 45% of the fee each time someone downloads your photos. more
Last answer by TinTinB 58 months ago +0 votes:
iStockphoto products are available to international customers. However, there are no physical products that could be shipped to any country. All products of iStockphoto are delivered electronically. iStockphoto is a website that sells photos, illustrations, videos and audios. For more information, visit the source URL provided below. Source URL: http://www.istockphoto.com/ http://www.istockpho... more
Last answer by TinTinB 62 months ago +0 votes:
Yes, iStockphoto accepts payments from PayPal. Customers can also buy iStock credits using their credit cards, checks or money orders. Contact the customer service of iStockphoto to know more information about payments like specific credit cards, mailing address for checks or money orders, and procedures in using their accepted payment options. The customer service can be contacted by phone at 1-8... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:If you need some stock artwork for a project, one place many corporations go is to iStockphoto.  Formed to offer media without worries about royalty fees the company was a timely innovation.  The company was formed in 2001 by Bruce Livingstone.  He decided to offer his collection of photographs online as ... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:The company was formed in 2001 by Bruce Livingstone.  He took a large number of personal photographs and put them online as stock photographs.  As members joined, more and more images became available.  The company adopted a micropayment strategy that allows users to buy credits to pay for their image dow... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:Ten reviews at SiteJabber.com show that iStockphoto is rated 4.5 out of 5. I don't do much in the way of photography and I don't sell photos. I did need a new piece of artwork for my living room and found on istockphoto that I could download a really cool photo and print it out in high resolution and simply hang it o... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:iStockphoto has been covered in Wired and other electronic news magazines including Allistir and Payne, MediaPost.com and the Boston Globe.  Similar stories are found in Canadian media with the company still headquartered in Calgary.  The company is not a member of the BBB, but they are also located in Canada.... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:Per Alexa, the site ranks 323 in the United States and 369 in the world.  This is a very high internet ranking in terms of daily use.  The average user is between the ages of 25 and 45, logs on at work, stays on about 9 minutes and slightly more females than males use the site.  Reviewing Compete, the sit... more
Asked by Mary MC in iStockphoto1 answers
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:The website is repesented on Facebook and Twitter.  The Facebook page has over 55,000 members and usually about 500 members active at any one time.  The Twitter account has over 46,000 followers and about 14,000 Twitter members following this page.  The site also has a forum for members and a blog to disc... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:This company offers security by accepting payment through well known credit cards.  It does not sell any of its privacy information and guarantees that its photos will have no royalty problems.  The Google Safe Browsing tool shows no problems with using this site despite its being on multiple browsers.  T... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:iStockphoto charges prices ranging from $1.69 to $.24 for each of its credits.  Some items cost more than one credit, but many items do not.  Shutterstock, a leading competitor, charges from $19 to $4 for each photo chosen from their site.  Dreamstime offers packages of both subscriptions and pay as you g... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:This company does not ship its products to its customers.  The products are downloaded using the internet.  The site has no listed for a search using shipping or ship.  The company can sell its products to anyone with proper internet access.  The company does business at international locations inclu... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:This company only accepts credit cards in payment from individuals.  Customers can choose from Visa, Mastercard, Diner's Club, American Express, and JCB Cards.  Companies can apply to set up a corporate account which provides them with a few more options of payment.  Payment can be per use, by subscriptio... more
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
Teresa Conti provided an answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto:The company will offer refunds or extra credit for any credits that are lost or not used successfully by the customer.  In general the company does not offer refunds, so a customer should know what they are buying and how many credits to order.  Subscriptions expire after a set number of months and corporate a... more
Asked by Bun S in iStockphoto1 answers
Last answer by Knoji 66 months ago +0 votes:
You can find the answer to this question in this review of iStockphoto written by Teresa Conti - an excerpt is posted below:If you need some stock artwork for a project, one place many corporations go is to iStockphoto.  Formed to offer media without worries about royalty fees the company was a timely innovation.  The company was formed in 2001 by Bruce Livingstone.  He decided to o... more
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If you need some stock artwork for a project, one place many corporations go is to iStockphoto.  Formed to offer media without worries about royalty fees the company was a timely innovation.  The company was formed in 2001 by Bruce Livingstone.  He decided to offer his collection of photographs online as stock photos for others to use.  As member joined the company, it began to charge for this service to support the costs of operation.  Members can also sell their own ar... more

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