Dear Trigger Contributors
I hope this email finds you well. This is just a quick chance to catch up and say 'hi' and let you know about a few new changes.
Firstly, we have a new portfolio section on the website with a drop down menu for categories so we can now better display your licensed images to clients. This will be updated regularly so make sure you keep an eye on it to see what our clients are licensing.
Secondly, are you using your FREE Trigger Slideshow to sell your stock images? As you're already a Trigger Contributor you can use the Slideshow to promote your stock imagery for 12 months for FREE. Make the most of your stock archive by virally marketing your work. Simply embed your personal slideshow code into your web, blogs and networking sites and make more sales while you concentrate on your day to day commissions. The team at Trigger do all the work for you. If you need more info on how to get your personal Slideshow get in touch.
Thirdly, print sales through Art.com are now starting to fly! Their new higher price range of quality imagery has meant royalties are on the up for those photographers who want to sell their work via the worlds largest online art print supplier. If you want to be a part of this let me know.
Lastly, we're coming to the end of the year already, this means we're looking forward to the New Year and new imagery. Now is the time to start submitting your new stock imagery to us so we can promote your work to our regular clients and those who are visiting for the first time. All new imagery goes to the top of out 'just arrived' gallery list so it gets seen first. Make sure your work gets seen before anyone else. With art buyers moving away from traditional stock imagery to more niche orientated libraries Trigger is a real alternative they are using, but we're only as good as the work you supply us, so keep it coming!
Finally, thanks to everyone for making 2010 such a busy year, despite fierce competition Trigger has established itself as a real competitor in the creative stock arena and we will be fighting fit to continue putting quality before quantity in 2011.
From a snow bound England we wish you all a great season.