Okay. So Shutterstock have a section whereby stock photographers can promote their images on their own websites. Sounds good. I really should be doing this sort of promotion as there's so much competition in stock and images not in the first few search pages can easily get lost.
So I'm going to try 'Mini-Gallery' which, if successful, will display both my latest images and my best-sellers in a box for potential buyers to click. I've already downloaded a whole heap of html code which it says to paste into my website.
So here goes:
Did it work? All I can see on Blogger is about 20 lines of gobbledegook. I'll assume I've done something wrong and try it again:
There. Is that better? Are there lots of lovely stock photos which you can't resist clicking on and purchasing? Thought not.
Hold on. I've got an idea. I'm going to publish the post in Blogger, rather than just preview it. Perhaps that'll work. If not it's back to the drawing board.
Get on! We have a result. Now I need to work out how to draw a smily face in html...