I received a note through flickr from a representative of CrowdMedia. I will share the body of the message. I am not so naive to think it means I have any decent photos (or commercially viable ones) and assume they have sent this message to tens of thousands of users figuring they follow the "throw everything against the wall and see what sticks" approach. Does anyone have any opinions on this? I need to check out the website and see what they are all about, but I'd be interested in other folks' opinions.....informed or otherwise. "You take beautiful, authentic photos and I'd love to add some of your Flickr photos to CrowdMedia's collection in a profile made just for you, with your copyright and your attribution. CrowdMedia is a new place where thousands of photographers like you reveal how they see our world and get their photos discovered by publishers. To help you get more visibility, we might push some of your photos to editorial publishers (no commercial use). If they select your photo, they pay a fee and we share half the revenue with you through Paypal. There is no work for you, we take care of everything. You automatically get a link back to your Flickr with your CrowdMedia profile. And you can add a link to your personal website as well in your CrowdMedia profile. It is always free for photographers. There is no obligation. You can opt-out when you want in 2 clicks. If you want to try, all you have to do is answer Yes and I will send your photos’ link in crowdmedia.co when it is done."