Photography Jobs Online Review

Photography Jobs Online is a resource from Chris Page that show you how to make money online by selling your photographs.

What does the product offer?

Photography Jobs Online has been created to help people to sell their photographs online. If you believe the marketing hype from Chris Page there are high paying corporations lining up to pay you, conveniently only through Photography Jobs Online and their “proprietary partnerships”. Membership comes with full support as well as tutorials, resources and tools. As a bonus Photography Jobs Online members get 3 different bonuses in the form of an ebook, tutorial videos and a photo editing package.

How does the product work?

Really Photography Jobs Online is all about submitting your photos to stock image websites. It simply appears that you pay Chris Page to manage this for you. Whilst taking photos is easy taking stock photos takes an eye for a certain type of image, something that is very much downplayed in the material for Photography Jobs Online which makes out that it is simple as pointing and clicking.

What is the initial investment?

When you sign up to Photography Jobs Online you get a 1 week trial which will cost you just $1. After this has elapsed the costs do go up to $27 per month. Because it is sold through Clickbank, Photography Jobs Online does come with a 60 day money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

Chris Page claims that there is no limit on how much money you can make through Photography Jobs Online however I am not entirely convinced that this is the case as I shall explain below.


There is income potential in selling stock images however I cannot stress enough that this is a rarity. In fact, most sales of stock images earn a dollar commission at most and unless you have something special, you cannot bank on really selling too many images. This comes back to what I said earlier about having an eye for a certain type of picture. What this means is that whilst it is possible to sell your pictures, but it will be a far cry from the easy life that Chris Page presents. Furthermore, anybody can sign up with stock image websites to sell their pictures (usually for free if they are reputable). With that in mind, why would you pay somebody to do this for you?



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From: Simon Roberts