|Margaret Thatcher: Single download on Shutterstock|
No surprise in first place were Shutterstock. Downloads were down with not many On Demand sales but a Single sale of Margaret Thatcher (for Enhanced Download type $$) brought them to the top.
Second place went to Adobe Stock with 2 downloads with an Extended license for a speed camera sign in Folkestone pulling them up from the lower ranks.
Istock took third place with 27 downloads. Thomas Cook and Tentertainment music festival images continued to do well here.
In fourth place Dreamstime produced 5 downloads with a reasonable credit sale bumping them up the
|Plaza de Toros, Valencia|
Redbubble made fifth place with two product sales of army parachute display team The Tigers going to the same buyer. A sticker and a T shirt were the products in this case.
Bringing up the rear in sixth place were Bigstock with 4 downloads. They seem to have slowed down again after a few months where they looked to be picking up a bit. It's always a bit surprising that Bigstock do not do better given the marketing resources of parent company Shutterstock behind them.
Hero to zero? That was Alamy. Not a single download in November!
|Extended License on Adobe: Speed camera sign in Folkestone|
Secondly, I am about to move home. I'm swapping the seaside location of Hastings for the quaint market town of Tenterden in Kent. Anybody who has experience of moving home will understand the work involved and I write this post surrounded by packing boxes (even after a massive exercise in de-cluttering!). My December updates will be the first from Tenterden so until then....Regards, David.