The Digital Art KingPin. Selling Digital Illustrations online for Non-Professional. Premium class

Donovan Tiemie, Education is the premise of progress

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3 Videos (12m)
    • INTRODUCTION

      1:39
    • The Basic FaQs

      4:49
    • The Process

      5:06

About This Class

Hey guys welcome to the Digital Kingpin Class. In this class I will show you where and how to sell your digital illustrations and art online.You know most people I meet think you need to have a qualification to sell your illustrations online. That’s Just not the case……. 


Now because we think we need qualifications, we are holding ourselves back from creating a solid income stream online on the side. And let me say that again…….To sell your own illustrations online , you don’t need any qualifications, You just need to get good at drawing.


AND with all the classes on Skillshare, I just don’t see any reason you can’t get good at drawing.
In this class I will walk you through some things to avoid when uploading your illustrations to the websites, we will have a look at some common copyright and trademark issues. We will also be looking at 4 of the best websites to start with instead of starting with all 40 of the sites I will be leaving in the class description, and then How to start with those websites and how to look as professional as can be from the get go.


So whenever you are ready for take off, hit the blue enroll button below this video to get going.

LIST OFF ALL THE WEBSITES YOU CAN USE FOR INCOME:

Shutterstock.com 
Fotolia.com 
istockphoto.com
Envato.com 
Pond5.com 
Alamy.com 
123RF.com 
Dreamstime.com 
DepositPhotos.com

Bigstockphoto.com 

Canstockphoto.com 

Stocksy.com

GettyImages.com
Canva.com
EyeEm.com
Dissolve.com
Indivstock.com
ColourBox.com
ClipDealer.com
PhotoCase.com
Zoonar.com
PhotoSpin.com
500px.com
Kozzi.com
VectorStock.com
Stockfresh.com
MotionElements.com
SuperImageMarket.com
SignElements.com
contributor.panthermedia.net
MostPhotos.com
ScanStockPhoto.com
PicFair.com
graphicleftovers.com
FeaturePics.com
Clipcanvas.com
YayMicro.com
ImageVortex.com
ViscoImages.com
Cutcaster.com
Crestock.com
Stockami.com
PressFoto.com
photaki.com

4 of 5 students recommendSee All

While it takes a bit of efforts to listen to the narration, this is a pretty good basic introduction to microstock sites. It offers tips on sign up and image quality, etc.
Wow! I haven't realized how many micro-stock image sites there are and the tremendous potentials for multiple passive income streams. Thank you so much for this great course.!
Maria Silvo

Coloring Bookworm

Yes we Can !!!!
Donovan Tiemie

Education is the premise of progress

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Donovan Tiemie

Education is the premise of progress

Hey guys I am so excited to be able share my marketing knowledge with you. I know how hard it is to do THIS on your own. I've been there myself. There we're times when I felt like throwing in the towel. After struggling for 2 years, I went back to my steady job to save up again. Now I'm in the Internet Marketing game for 4 years, never looking back. Never give up, I know you will figure it out.

If you have any marketing questions, feel free to leave a comment. I will be happy to answer. Even if you have a question about life in general, ASK! 

"IF YOU DON'T KNOW ASK ME. IF YOU DON'T AGREE THEN ARGUE WITH ME. IF YOU DON'T LIKE, THEN SAY IT TO ME. BUT JUST DON'T START JUDGING ME SILENTLY."

We in this Skillshare community to help each other. REMEMBER !