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Hello, I am new to Adobe Stock, and was hoping someone could help me with this.  Is there a way to see if submissions are being viewed.  Not purchased, but being viewed.  This type of information would be extremely helpful in deciding what type of photos I may need to submit.  Thanks for your help.

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Hi david

As Abambo highlights this information "may be highly misleading", which is true. For example clicks, or taps are what  are recorded, yet images may be viewed without clicks or taps. Also images such as flowers may have good viewership, but not necessarily sold. I've seen evidence on another platform whereby that feature shows multiple viewership, when it should be one and vise verse, The key is to submit a wide variety of images. You can then make note of the category that sells most. Even then it is still important to have variety, because what is in demand today is not necessarily in demand tomorrow.

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Hello, I am new to Adobe Stock, and was hoping someone could help me with this.  Is there a way to see if submissions are being viewed.  Not purchased, but being viewed.  This type of information would be extremely helpful in deciding what type of photos I may need to submit.  Thanks for your help.

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Hi david

As Abambo highlights this information "may be highly misleading", which is true. For example clicks, or taps are what  are recorded, yet images may be viewed without clicks or taps. Also images such as flowers may have good viewership, but not necessarily sold. I've seen evidence on another platform whereby that feature shows multiple viewership, when it should be one and vise verse, The key is to submit a wide variety of images. You can then make note of the category that sells most. Even then it is still important to have variety, because what is in demand today is not necessarily in demand tomorrow.

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Unfortunately that kind of info isn't provided. Would be indeed a great indication.

Regards, Abambo
Hard- and Software Engineer and Photographer.

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What a shame.  So I will continue to plod along in the dark.  LOL

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We are all waiting for this feature to (re)appear. It seams that during the Fotolia times the feature existed. But I also know that such a feature may be highly misleading and is not easy to program correctly.

Regards, Abambo
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Hi david

As Abambo highlights this information "may be highly misleading", which is true. For example clicks, or taps are what  are recorded, yet images may be viewed without clicks or taps. Also images such as flowers may have good viewership, but not necessarily sold. I've seen evidence on another platform whereby that feature shows multiple viewership, when it should be one and vise verse, The key is to submit a wide variety of images. You can then make note of the category that sells most. Even then it is still important to have variety, because what is in demand today is not necessarily in demand tomorrow.

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Thank you. That makes sense to me now that I think about it. I appreciate

your input.

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Thank you. That makes sense to me.

On Tue, Jul 30, 2019, 3:45 AM jacquelingphoto2017 <forums_noreply@adobe.com>

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