I'm excited to tell you that we've opened up a marketplace for you where you can offer your images for sale with great ease. Classic stock photo marketplaces require you to pass a frustrating manual approval barrier. Any photographer that has experience of being rejected knows this frustration. Our partner Mostphotos has a new take on this. All images are approved. To ensure high quality for the customer, images are rated by a combination of factors like number of likes, views, keyword matches and previous sales from the same photographer. This is the future, just like Google's automated page rating mechanism rendered old hierarchical maually maintained web directories obsolete.
Anyone can sell images and it's really easy to get started. Just open an album project in the jAlbum software and click the "Sell images" button and take it from there. You will be done in minutes. It's free and you earn 50% of each sale. You retain the ownership of the photos, you simply sell the right to use it.
For inspiration, check out this list of random sold images and my portfolio on Mostphotos.
Promote sales through your albums
You can also promote your images for sale using a jAlbum album, like I do here. The only thing I needed to do was to upload images for sale using jAlbum's embedded Mostphotos uploader, then tick a checkbox to activate the Mostphotos "Buy image" button and make the album again. (See Turtle skin settings->Selling photos->Mostphotos).
Examples of images selling well
Fresh sprout spring. Sells well on keywords like "growth", "talent", "future"
This image sells surprisingly well due to its local touch
Happy kids at the beach. Easy to take and is selling really well