It’s been on the cards for a few months, and I’ve finally built the new design for the picNiche blog. This design brings the suite of tools under one picNiche ‘brand’, and I’ll be focussing on adding more posts with useful information on the microstock and general stock photography market.
Coming over the next couple of months I have interviews about the future of stock photography with many of the most important and influential people in the industry. From agency heads in photography, footage, traditional stock and microstock, to stock gurus and fellow bloggers I’ll be putting together a global view on how stock photography is developing in future.
I’ll also be looking at technology and tools to help stock photographers and providing analysis of my research with picNiche to identify new markets, and introducing sites and services adding new revenue streams to increase your earnings.
With the introduction of picWorkflow (my iSyndica replacement) and recent tools like Stock Photo Feeds I am gathering quite a lot of useful data, and I’m looking to turn as much of that as I can into useful information to increase traditional and microstock sales for everyone, to improve photographers workflow and analytics, and to take a forward-looking view of what we should all be doing not only now, but how the photography business should be developing over the coming years.
What do you think to the new site? Let me know