|Tony Blair and Gordon Brown - archive sale at Alamy|
As normal Shutterstock took lead place (despite a total of seven zero sales days). A reasonable single download pushed the income up a bit here.
Second place went to Redbubble with a pleasing six product sales (including, for the second month running, a print sale). I would assume that a good number of these items were destined to be Christmas presents. Sadly, I have yet to sell my first calendar there -despite having a number of different ones available.
|The Arc de Triomf in Barcelona|
Istock made fourth place with 36 downloads. A lack of high paying commissions brought the revenue down here this month.
Fifth place was taken by Bigstock with 6 downloads.
123rf were in sixth place with 6 downloads (a big change from November's surge). They also seem to have stopped reviewing my new uploads again with several batches still pending after some weeks.
Seventh place was another sad month for Dreamstime with (as November) just 3 subscription sales.
|The famous La Rambla in Barcelona|
Recent uploads continued to focus on my Barcelona trip including a series of the Arc de Triomf (the Barcelona one!) and an image of the iconic La Rambla -the pedestrianised road that every tourist (and photographer) goes to. The regional elections which took place in Catalonia in December helped put the spotlight on Barcelona so I have hopes for these images in 2018.
Wishing all readers of this blog a happy and sales filled New Year. Regards, David.