Make Money from your Archived Photos
Photographers are at the heart of GeoSnapShot and our mission is to connect you with event participants, so that they can share the joy of your photography.
Due to social distancing, most people are now working from home and we’re all seeing plenty of advice about how to stay healthy in isolation.
We’re being told that getting those happy endorphins firing is an important part of a healthy life.
Your photos can help people relive happy memories, have a laugh and crack a smile.
Here are some ideas to share the memories you have captured and monetise your photos, without leaving your home.
1. Create NEW events from archive photos
First register yourself as a photographer with GeoSnapShot it's subscription free and there are no photos limits.
You may have photographed events previously and not yet listed those events on GeoSnapShot. Here’s your chance.
Important: To make sure people can find the event use the actual event date, not the date you upload the photos.
2. Customise your personal Gallery
Your events appear in your personal gallery.
You can customise your gallery with a banner, colours, and choose the album showcase photo.
3. Share, share, share!
Grab the link to your Photo Gallery and share on your social media channels.
If the event was a sports event, ask the event organiser to share your Gallery to their participants so they can relive the memories from their fantastic events. The participants will love searching for themselves by selfie.
Ask all your contacts to repost and tag someone who may be interested in viewing your photos.
We’re all in this together
Let your photographer friends know that they can use GeoSnapShot to sell their archived photos and that it’s subscription free!
GeoSnapShot offers unlimited photo uploads and no photo limits.
Your photographer friends can also monetise their archived photos.
We love hearing from you
Feel free to reach out to suggest other ways we can help you to monetise your photos.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have suggestions or need a little assistance.
Stay safe and let’s keep supporting each other.
Founder and CEO GeoSnapShot