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  • #639
    monkeybort
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    I have an image that is in use on a gift certificate-type card (it’s shaped like a credit card and is plastic) and i have no idea how much to charge for another year of use. the first year of use was covered under a contract, but my contract has now expired and i would like to be a little better compensated this year since they got a *REALLY* good deal on my images when i was under contract.

    they are sold at least 6 locations and there are probably still a couple hundred or more out there floating around to be sold.

    any ideas on what to charge? it’s limited use, one year, non-exclusive.

    #5437
    veruca
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    one beeelion dollars *puts pinky to lips*

    seriously, wow. you’re out of my league with that one. is it a well-known company? are they making quite a bit off the things? how much did you charge last time? take that and triple it?

    do you already have a number in your head?

    #5438
    monkeybort
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    it’s for jackson hole mountain resort, which also happens to be the company i work for in an accounting capacity. the cards are strictly gift certificates, so you give the cashier, say, $50, and the mountain makes $50.

    i got $100 for them to use it all last winter. i think that’s pretty *barry white voice* looooooow.

    so…..yeah. i’m clueless. i like the idea of tripling it though – i was sort of thinking between $250 and $400 for another year’s use.

    i also like the idea of one beeeeeeeellion dollars.

    #5439
    Marley
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    Have you checked the stock photography sites to see how they price licenses? I took a quick look, but the ones I checked required registration to get prices.

    #5440
    veruca
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    $100? crikey! that seems like robbery ‘bort. but if you price it too high do you fear they’ll just find another photo?

    tripling it, at the very least, sounds fair to me.

    #5441
    monkeybort
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    Have you checked the stock photography sites to see how they price licenses? I took a quick look, but the ones I checked required registration to get prices.

    ooo, no i haven’t. that is a good idea, thank you!

    #5442
    Marley
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    ooo, no i haven’t. that is a good idea, thank you!

    Any luck?

    #5443
    monkeybort
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    not yet, i’ve been ridiculously busy this weekend and actually, all month. i’ll probably look into it further after i finish moving this week.

    😀

    #5444
    Marley
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    Oh, ack, moving. I hate moving. I’d offer to help but my Jeep is still full of stuff from my last move.

    (Not to mention it would probably be a long commute.)

    Good luck!

    #5445
    Saldo1981
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    Talked to a guy I know that use to do stuff like that as his main source of income. He said $750-$1000

    #5446
    monkeybort
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    Talked to a guy I know that use to do stuff like that as his main source of income. He said $750-$1000

    oh, awesome saldo – thank you!!!

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