Are Compond Keywords Returned in a Search?

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Hi Guys

I have only been with Adobe Stock for a few months.

My images are readily found if the search contains words in the Title.

But not if the search is just on embedded keywords.

Nearly all my embedded keywords are compond, i.e. they consist of more than one word.

Will I have to reduce them all to single words???

e.g. change "dormer window" to "dormer" and "window".

Or would it work if compounds were in inverted commas?

Many thanks for any responses.

Steve

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Hi Steve,

 

This guide should help you: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/titles-and-keyword.html

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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My expierence and tests show that keywords in the title weigh heaviest. Compound keywords are good but the word order must be maintained. For single keywords I do not believe that the order is relevant if found in the first 10 words.

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