Setting Goals and Stock Photography
I have found that setting goals in business is a good thing. In fact, a very good thing. Setting realistic goals has helped me to stay focused and have something to aim for, something to achieve. I've dropped the ball at setting goals lately so 2016 is a year for getting back on track. As a stock photographer, I have seen my sales slip over that last two years and I think one of the main problems comes from me simply not producing work consistently. I've always seen sales increase as my production of new images goes up. My goal is to produce new work every week. My schedule is often full so even 2-5 images will work. Quantity is not the goal, consistency is. I have been at it for three weeks now and I can already see sales on a couple of the sites increasing. Here is an image from last week.