Making money from your photos on the internet

Just how do you make money from your photographs in the age of the internet? Well, take a couple of minutes out of your day and watch this video:

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Do you take photos? Spend money on expensive equipment? Perhaps like to earn a bit of money back with no pressure or loss of your copyrights? Mike Browne in the video above will explain exactly how you can do this.

 

It is a simple as signing up at Clickasnap¬†and uploading your photos. Everytime someone just views your photo you will receive a percentage of the websites revenue. The really simple way to think of it? Spotify, but for images and we don’t take any of your rights ūüėČ

So why not sign up today, upload your photos and start making some cash from them! After all likes aren’t going to help to pay for your next lens are they!

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3 Responses

  1. Nice idea. Opportunities are there, but so is competition.

    Pay per view sites are also notorious for attracting abusers, spammers, and plagiarists.

    It does need to become ‘much prettier’, that’s for sure. Start with the font. It’s too small.

    I hope the project gets traction. Good Luck!

  2. How do you know pay per view sites are notorious for attracting abusers, spammers and plagiarists Michel ? Where with respect is your proof ? The Video states as fare as we know clickasnap is the only photography pay per view site.

    Thanks.

    Tony.

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