– Higher approval rates on the images that they submit. Many third-party sites reject great images for ridiculous reasons. I have had images that are top sellers on many sites be rejected on other sites.
Is there an approval process on Symbiostock? I thought you could upload whatever you like on your own site? Maybe I’m misunderstanding.
Ok, thanks for all your help. I think we’ve determined four target audiences for now…the two primary being buyers and contributors, and secondary being developers and finance departments. I’ll concentrate on the first two for now, then move on to the others.
Question 1 assuming i’m a buyer:describe Symbiostock to me in one simple sentence.
A bit. But I think that’s where Symbiostock may run into problems. Can you buy without a credit card? Does each artist have his own licensing agreement? I know large agencies shy away from micro stock because of licensing.
I’m afraid I lack the knowledge to write a solid pitch to an audience I’m unfamiliar with.
I think it might be best if I ask one question at a time; that way all responses would be together. First question: where’s the best place for me to start asking questions so the most people will answer?
I am not a Symbiostocker…yet. But I think it’s an exciting idea, and I’d like to help out a little. In the real world I’m a creative director and copywriter. I’d like to help by writing a description of Symbiostock and its benefits to artists and end users. If that sounds good, I’ll come up with a little questionnaire people can answer to get me started. Any interest?