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Question regarding better understanding of different income per image

Community Beginner ,
Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

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I understand that the minimal amount of paymant that we as conrtibutors are getting is at the beginning 0.33 $
When i check my detailed dashboard, some images hate multiplication of that, for example 0.99 $ but some have totally different sum, like 1.02, 1.03  $ or my wife once got even over 20$ on her account, for one image.

My imagination is, that we are getting different amount of money, based on the paymant model that the client payed. 

Is there a special mark in My Statistics, if an image got bought more than one time in that period of time ? 

Or did i missunderstood something and the system is different 🙂

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Community Expert , Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

Your royalty is a straight percentage of the sale. 

 

Photos, Illustrations & Vectors = 33%

Videos = 35%

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/royalty-details.html

 

Sale amount varies by customer's plan & type of license they purchase -- standard, enhanced or extended.

https://stock.adobe.com/license-terms

https://stock.adobe.com/plans

 

Hope that helps.

 

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Community Expert , Feb 19, 2024 Feb 19, 2024

Those odd numbers that you're seeing are from Custom Subscriptions. Custom Subscriptions are negotiated with large clients who don't utilize the normal subscriptions offered by Adobe Stock. The subscription type is shown in the data table when you select data type "Activity" on your My Statistics page. You can change the time period for My Statistics to any interval up to 13 months. Look at each of the choices on the "Select Data Type" drop down list to see the different ways in which you can vi

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Your royalty is a straight percentage of the sale. 

 

Photos, Illustrations & Vectors = 33%

Videos = 35%

https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/royalty-details.html

 

Sale amount varies by customer's plan & type of license they purchase -- standard, enhanced or extended.

https://stock.adobe.com/license-terms

https://stock.adobe.com/plans

 

Hope that helps.

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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Thank you ! Yes, it helps me to understand the System better 🙂

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Those odd numbers that you're seeing are from Custom Subscriptions. Custom Subscriptions are negotiated with large clients who don't utilize the normal subscriptions offered by Adobe Stock. The subscription type is shown in the data table when you select data type "Activity" on your My Statistics page. You can change the time period for My Statistics to any interval up to 13 months. Look at each of the choices on the "Select Data Type" drop down list to see the different ways in which you can view your sales history. You can also download the data into a csv file and open it up in a worksheet for further analysis.

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thank you very much for such an detailed answer  🙂

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Glad to be of assistance.

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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