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Photoshelter Question
David Seelig, Photographer
Hailey | ID | USA | Posted: 1:09 PM on 11.24.12
->> Okay my website made on iweb is on its last legs. No longer working properly with the demise of mobilme. How many people on photoshelter make sales form unknown sources . I ahve alrger library of classic rock photos form the 80s think I will make some extra money from a photoshelter site?
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Nic Coury, Photographer
Monterey | CA | | Posted: 2:29 PM on 11.24.12
->> I use and love Photoshelter.

It really comes down to how well you tag and keyword stuff on there. PS is nice, because it has a little, green SEO button next to sections that help boost your search engine views on Google and such.

Legendary baseball photog Brad Mangin (
http://manginphotography.com/) uses Photoshelter and sells a lot of stock imagery from years past (similar to the stuff you probably have in rock & roll) during the off season.

Check out how he has his site on PS.
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Francis Specker, Photographer
Riverside | CA | USA | Posted: 5:40 PM on 11.24.12
->> I have made many sales from my website. You can get found a lot easier through your blog and then have your photos on that blog and website linked to your Photoshelter archive. I usually get inquiries about photos and then the client can do a search of your archive via Photoshelter. Make sure you have a contact page where a potential client can fill out a form and make an inquiry, they usually want to negotiate price directly with you.
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Chuck Steenburgh, Photographer
Lexington | VA | USA | Posted: 7:30 AM on 11.25.12
->> I drive a fair number of sales to my PhotoShelter site through Facebook and Twitter. Facebook is an especially useful source for getting noticed by opposing team players/fans in my sports galleries.
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David Stembridge, Photographer
Waynesboro | Ga | USA | Posted: 9:54 PM on 11.27.12
->> @Chuck I'd love to see your site, I've been thinking about the same thing! Been looking for some examples by other Sports Shooters.
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Chuck Steenburgh, Photographer
Lexington | VA | USA | Posted: 7:02 AM on 11.28.12
->> http://sportsphotoguy.photoshelter.com

Nuthin' fancy. PhotoShelter makes it easy. At least the front end. Still not entirely sure how the back end is supposed to work since there huge upgrade snafu of a few months ago, but I muddle through.
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Stanley Leary, Photographer
Roswell | GA | USA | Posted: 11:19 AM on 11.28.12
->> I have been using PhotoShelter for myself and for a client. I love it!

Here is my account there
http://stanleyleary.photoshelter.com/

I like the versatility of it and if you like you can make it your main website.
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