March saw some positive results with a BME at Shutterstock -80 downloads ($28.20) bounced up by the presence of five On Demand sales.
Picturenation showed what it can do with a high res sale of Labour politician Brian Sedgemore netting £6 in commission.
Dreamstime pulled in a respectable 12 downloads ($16.22).
Bigstock produced 2 downloads ($4) with, for the second month running, a $3 commission for one of them (Hastings pier fire).
123RF pulled in 5 downloads ($3.23) which, as usual, were mainly Editorial images.
Yaymicro produced one regular sale (0.50euro) but still no sign of the Third Party sales for the last quarter of 2010.
Meanwhile at Istock there were 3 Editorial sales ($2.98) and 3 Partner Program sales ($0.84). I now have a growing selection of Editorial images accepted and the three sales in March suggest these could do well as my portfolio gets bigger. Two were of the same image - Estate Agent signs in Hastings and the third was an image of a Shell petrol station.
No sales yet at Cutcaster but I continued to upload and now have circa 650 images online there.
Nothing in March for Veer, Mostphotos or Canstock (though, as previously stated, I have yet to upload much to Canstock).
Recent uploads include some images of Westminster Abbey which I am hoping will get some interest because of the forthcoming Royal wedding there. Regards, David.