Hi Andrew, just peeked at yours too. Liked the grandmother in Dordogne. I think the landscapes are stunning - not my cup of tea, or is it cafe starbucks there in the states, but they are stunning, do you get many buyers from your site?
Ok what attracted me to photoshelter was there dedication to the photographer, they seem to understand this market and they seem to offer you plenty of scope with SEO, I have studied it through Lynda.com but also in general they appear, how shall we say, to exercise a more professional approach to the photographers needs than what I am used to at this moment. Not to mention there talk about sales, though that kind of offer doe snot attract me since I have no illusions about the rather misleading market pitch about selling from the website. Anyway, what is your overall experience in regard to the points that I have jsut mentioned, I got invitations to webinaars and registered only to discover that I could not join the session for whatever reason, but I was not going to try out the 1 dollar offer until I have learned more thoroughly about their own ratings in the google page war so to speak. Some website servers/hosts and even personal web builders lack "reputable" rankings in google simply because of the nature of their service, though often it is the cheaper ones here. But on this front I am relatively new, I actually hate marketing myself, bit yep, I really need to unfortunately.
Chris. Oh, glad you liked my website, out of curiosity, which gallery caught your eye?