No sooner had I posted last months news update than I opened my inbox and found a press release for picworkflow, I'm not exactly sure what I was expecting picworkflow to be, but I have to say it was with some delight I found it was a direct replacement to isyndica.

picworkflow referral link

Since isyndica closed my microstock uploads have been somewhat on the backbuner, although prostockmaster is free it does not support all the sites I want to upload to, and my previous FTP tool took a dislike to windows7, only $50 for the latest version, but neither get around the fact that my upload speeds are limited to about 300kbps (reasonable ADSL1 speed) not too slow but it takes at least 30 minutes to upload a handful of good sized images to 15 sites. I'm looking for speed NOT work-arounds.

With my current upload process gone I've been using the opportunity (yes it's been a while without uploads!) trying out a few things including trialing the keywording service at dreamstime. I had planed to cobble together a shell script to run on my own server and ftp to each site in turn from there. Not any more!

So far I've only conducted a little testing, setup 10 sites and uploaded 7 images to each with picworkflow, things look good. I'll modify the review as needed as get more photos uploaded and see how it works in the long term.

Read the full review.


Alex's picture


Alex (not verified) on Tue, 2014-03-11 13:21
Let's have a look to this site: millionstock You'll find there thousands of Royalty Free Stock images!!
Steve Gibson's picture

Hopefully a joke post?

Steve Gibson on Thu, 2014-03-13 01:43
if it's not a joke post I'm being really rude to someones genuine comment cos I'm LMFAO - I love dry humour... "millionstock has thousands of images"

Add new comment

Popular content