I just started with adobe stock and uploaded over 100 images and videos and have sold some of them. But I could not see the number if views that my works got, what could be the reason for this?
We removed the View statistics from the Adobe Stock contributor portal, because the feature wasn’t yet providing aggregate views across the Fotolia and Adobe Stock websites and caused confusion.
Over the last few months our foremost priority for the Adobe Stock Contributor website has been to make the submission process as fast and easy as possible. We now provide an automatic category suggestion, more auto-keywords and the ability to upload a CSV file of metadata for easier keywording of multiple files or videos.
We are now working on improving the available statistics on the contributor portal but can’t share a release date at this time.
Ok Sheena, I understand the Adobe focus.
But now, we are 2 years later, and contributors don't have the view stats anymore.
I come from Fotolia, and for this point, it seams Adobe provide a less efficient environment to understand the most powerfull pictures.
The view stats you saw at the beginning of the Adobe Stock Contributor Portal were only views for Fotolia and were not views at Adobe Stock. Fotolia is in the process of closing with a large emphasis on migrating customers to Adobe Stock, the Fotolia views are not a relevant factor for contributors.
We do understand this is a top feature request and it is on our road map for the future at a date to be determined.
You state that "the Fotolia views are not a relevant factor for contributors."
Fotolia views perhaps not, but a view counter will be appreciate.
At this time we have none.
The mention of Fotolia make sense only to notice that Fotolia environment was better to appreciate the powerfull pictures (views Indicator, daily/weekly and monthly best selling pictures) for example.
Credits are equal to $1.40 on Fotolia be careful to check when you sync your account as on the synced Adobe site they only show as £1
What does that mean? What are you trying to say?
Does it really take 4 years to slap on a simple view counter? (Web developer here)
At the very least for those of us who vere never a part of Fotolia.
I have no way of telling if I have to work on my photography/editing skills more or should I work on my keyword arranging skills. To date, I have uploaded nearly a hundred photos. Only one of them sold, multiple times, but none of the others ever sold. Some simple statistics would really help out figuring out what is going on.