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Where to sell High Quality Photos & Pictures?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by S0leil, Sep 28, 2013.

  1. S0leil

    S0leil Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have a nice source for high qulity photos and pictures with http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ licens.
    So I have the rights to use those photos and sell them or do whatever.
    Now I want to ask if you have any good ideas how to make money out of them?
     
  2. MixerDJ

    MixerDJ Regular Member

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    what kind of images you have post some samples.
     
  3. phil7346

    phil7346 Registered Member

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    AFAIK for selling them as images your only real option is to create your own site as the stock photo sites wont touch them as you do not own the copyright, being in the public domain you cannot limit or control the rights like the stock sites want (they also don't thousands of people flooding their sites with pd images :). If you do manage to get them on to the stock sites they will usually be recognised quickly and your account closed.
    You could make picture bundles, and sell on your site or through affiliate programs, set up a free image site with adsense, create products on zazzle...
     
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  4. S0leil

    S0leil Regular Member

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    When I create products on zazzle... How should I promote them? I've never worked with zazzle before!

    Also if anyone wants a picture / photo just post here and I will search it for you and you can use it for whatever you want! Just give me the topic ex:"ice" or "green tree" :)