1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 2, 2017 10:36 AM by MatHayward

    My first sold photo, wheres is the profit¿?


      Hello, i have received an email informing me that i have sold a photo and my comission is 0.28 cents of euro!!!! Where is the problem? Whydo i get so few profit for a sold?


      thanks :(

        • 1. Re: My first sold photo, wheres is the profit¿?
          MatHayward Adobe Employee

          Thank you for writing. There are many factors that determine the commission amount. The royalty rate is 33% of the price paid for the image. The price paid per image varies based on the number of images the customer commits to purchase. The basic concept is the more images a customer commits to purchase, the lower the price per image becomes.


          For example, a customer can make a one time purchase of a single image for $9.99 which results in a $3.30 commission. They could purchase a subscription on a month to month basis that includes 10 images per month for $49.99. Those downloads result in a $1.65 commission. If the customer wants a 10 download per month subscription and commits to a full year in advance the cost is $29.99 per month resulting in a $0.99 commission. They can also buy a 750 download per month subscription for $199.99 which results in the minimum commission amount as determined by your rank. More information about that can be found here: https://us.fotolia.com/Info/Contributors/Royalties


          In addition, your files are available for sale at Fotolia.com where there are different subscription packages available along with the option for customers to make a purchase using credits.


          Customers can also purchase an Extended license for $79.99 at Adobe Stock or varying prices set by rank at Fotolia.


          There is additional information available here: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/account-payment.html