Have Customers Who Need Images? Check Out Bigstock Ambassador

By Mark Zeni

As you probably know, word of mouth is paramount in every segment today. The explosion of social media and review sites made sharing your opinion about a service or product incredibly easy. If you have readers or customers who need royalty-free photos, you should become a Bigstock Ambassador.

First of all, if you have a blog or website and is not using affiliate marketing to monetize it, you are missing out. Affiliate marketing is when you promote the products or services of another company, and whenever you referrer refer a lead or customer, you earn a commission.

It’s a great way to generate some revenue from your website because it can be very profitable, and it demands very little work from your part.

The only tricky part is to find the right affiliate programs to promote. Some of them promise big commissions, but after you start promoting them you realize that none of your readers or subscribers is interested.


One thing you can look out for are affiliate programs that pay you even for free trials. This means that your referrals will just need to sign-up for the free trial and you’ll already earn something.

If you want a recommendation of such a program, check out the Bigstock Ambassador one. They pay $10 for every free trial signup you refer to them.

Bigstock is one of the largest marketplaces for images and video (owned by Shutterstock), and all designers, website owners and small businesses use stock images these days, either for a web page or a PowerPoint presentation.

Check it out! Visit Bigstock.com

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6 Responses to “Have Customers Who Need Images? Check Out Bigstock Ambassador”

  • Johnson Kee

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for sharing this resource. In today’s mobile age, images are an important part of building your brand and tribe.

    You mentioned how this strategy could utilize affiliate marketing to generate some revenue. What sort of specific strategy would you use to promote the offer? For example, would you include it in a newsletter, or would it be in a side bar on the home page? Can you shed any light on what strategy would work best?

  • ?????????? ?????????

    The free 14-day days trial really makes it worth working with. Plus I have found many images for my website blok-trade.com on building and house subject. But on front page it says only 7 days trial, which is still great. But is it 14 or 7 days really?

  • Blutgruppendiat

    Hey Mark, do you know if the photos on Bigstock Ambassador are free or do you have to pay for every photo? Cus im looking for a royalty free images website, should i sign up?

  • James

    Awesome! I didn’t know that the time of the posting could be a so critical reaching factor. Thanks for teaching us.Keep posting…

  • harsha

    When you talk about affiliate programs, there is plenty, but to choose them, we need to be wise since most are spam when they expect money from you. Also, most of the images carry copyright where it should not be reused for commercial purposes and if we need to use them it would not come at a handy price for startup bloggers.
    Rather, I would suggest that any individual interested in internet marketing should learn some basic graphics which would help in longer term.

  • Amin saleh

    Thank you very much for sharing us such helpful idea. thump up post.

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