Istock pleased with 11 downloads ($16.54) and three PP sales ($0.84). Editorial images were well to the fore here including two downloads of RAF display team The Red Arrows (pictured). The airshow season is approaching here so I expect to see more sales on Red Arrows images in the coming weeks. Also pleased to see that they are scheduled to do a display here in Hastings on July 22nd - the first time in twenty four years they have been here.
123RF produced 16 downloads ($8.24) , again mainly from my editorial images.
Dreamstime managed 6 downloads ($7.67) -a slow month for them.
A dissapointing single sale at Bigstock produced $0.50 (jumping ahead, May has started off much better for them).
Yaymicro saw one editorial sale (0.75 euros). I had hoped to see a jump in sales at Yay as they signed up with a number of new partner sites. Sadly, for various reasons, they are not currently including editorial images in these arrangements - thus excluding most of my portfolio. They tell me that this might change in the future.
Finally, Mostphotos produced one subscription sale (0.20 euros).
Uploading in April saw a continued push on my archive political images with a near 100% acceptance rate bringing my portfolio numbers up substantially.