Tag: marketing

Starter Story: How This Solo Founder Built A $120K/Year Stock Photographs Website

Published by 4 days ago

I’ve always been open to inspiring others with things I’ve learned or that felt right to me. I hope to do that again now in an interview with Starter Story.

I’ve been running this site for 9 years now, and in that time I’ve gained some experience. In this very detailed interview, you’ll learn how it all started, which books inspired me, that picjumbo was originally a $1.99 photo site, what missteps I’ve made along the way, and so on and so forth.

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4th of July Collections You Should Download Today

Published by 1 month ago

The 4th of July is right around the corner so let’s see what exclusive content you can get from our PREMIUM Membership. These three collections are waiting for you and are ready for instant download.

Independence Day 4th of July Stock Photos

Independence Day • 213 photos

In this collection there are 213 high-resolution stock photos capturing mainly two young and happy millennial women holding American flag, some duotone backgrounds, a lot of USA flag close ups, and several USA-themed pictures with a space for your text.

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How To Create Facebook 3D Photo From a Regular Photo

A few weeks ago, Facebook rolled out 3D photos. If you want to use this feature, there are two options how to create and publish 3D Photo:

  1. If you have iPhone with dual lens, you take a picture in the “Portrait” mode and then upload it to Facebook and be done with it.
  2. You can create 3D photo manually in Photoshop. It is a lot of manual work, but it can be done, and the effect is very cool!

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The Only Reason Why I Allow AdBlock Users on picjumbo

You can see it everywhere. For example, on Forbes.com, but also on many other small, as well as major online magazines.They do not want to let you be on their website if you are using AdBlock. The reasoning behind is that you are consuming their content for free because they are funding it through ads and that’s not right. And so they do not let you in on their website.

I’ve had a similar approach though. I take a lot of pictures, and I give them away for free: online, in full resolution and without any conditions like signing up for newsletters or registering to the website; even though the majority of picjumbo’s income is from ads.

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