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Old 02-05-2017, 01:22 PM
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Question How do you monetize your website traffic?

Fellow photographers,

Please share your experience on how you monetize the traffic on your website if you have one

What would you recommend as a safe option?
 
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Im not a photographer, but I have a friend that links to an Art Storefronts store, and another that links to another store front that sells his prints. It's not a ton of income, but just an idea.
 
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You could do something like what freedigitalphotos does. Offer a low res version of your photos for free so that you get traffic going. Get adsense going on your site so that you earn from the traffic. Offer high res versions as paid & get what your photos are worth.
 
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Vaguar has the best suggestion to make money. Give the visitor a taste of an image but if they want the finalized version they need to pay a fee or pay for a membership fee. Or to download a photo, the visitor has to pay $1. The more downloads the more money you make plus use adsense or sell ad blocks.
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Vaguar has the best suggestion to make money. Give the visitor a taste of an image but if they want the finalized version they need to pay a fee or pay for a membership fee. Or to download a photo, the visitor has to pay $1. The more downloads the more money you make plus use adsense or sell ad blocks.
Yes, I would agree. I would download some software that puts some sort of watermark on the image.

There are several free watermark creators out there:

stefanoperna.it/BImageStudio/
watermark-image.com
star-watermark.com
freewatermarksoftware.com
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