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Photographer 20  - How to promote and sell photos on the internet thanks to microstock and photostock agencies - cover

Photographer 20  - How to promote and sell photos on the internet thanks to microstock and photostock agencies

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

The first operating manual dedicated to online photo marketing.
Would you like to be able to transform your hobby, digital photography, into a form of work that allows you to earn extra money or even a real salary? Hundreds of thousands of people already achieve similar results all over the world, because contrary to what you think, the online digital photography market often allows you to make important gains.
In this guide are finally revealed the digital distribution and promotion strategies that will allow you to earn money by selling your photostock and microstock on the web.

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