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Creating several accounts

New Here ,
Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

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Is it allowed do create 2 accounts and more for Adobe Stock contributor? Accounts for different topics.

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Community Expert , Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

Yes, with a small hesitation. You cannot upload the same type of assets to both, and it should not be created for circumventing the upload limit. 

However, it does not make sense to create multiple accounts, because all sales increase your standing here and contribute to your asset placement with the search engine. I wouldn't do this.

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Community Expert , Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

Honestly, if I decided to start dabbling in Generative AI, having been a photography contributor for 7 years with a well established account, I would create a new account for AI. Adobe's guidelines for AI submissions have evolved considerably since the beginning of the year, and recently the procedure for dealing with some questionable AI content has been to block the account while their investigation is underway. It seems that the world of AI is still in the "Wild West" stage, with more changes

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Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

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Yes, with a small hesitation. You cannot upload the same type of assets to both, and it should not be created for circumventing the upload limit. 

However, it does not make sense to create multiple accounts, because all sales increase your standing here and contribute to your asset placement with the search engine. I wouldn't do this.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Sep 28, 2023 Sep 28, 2023

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For instance, images in one account and videos in another.

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You cannot create multiple accounts for "different topics"; however you can have separate accounts for different asset types. For instance, photographs in one account and Generative AI assets in a separate account. Do NOT create multiple accounts for AI assets. Adobe will shut them down.

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OK, this is understandable. Now I am doubting, wether it is a good idea at all to have a separate account. I wanted to create a second account for AI images, but managed tu upload only 50 images. At the moment I have a well working photography account. Is it better to use it for selling AI images?

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Honestly, if I decided to start dabbling in Generative AI, having been a photography contributor for 7 years with a well established account, I would create a new account for AI. Adobe's guidelines for AI submissions have evolved considerably since the beginning of the year, and recently the procedure for dealing with some questionable AI content has been to block the account while their investigation is underway. It seems that the world of AI is still in the "Wild West" stage, with more changes and challenges to come. Obviously, as an experienced Contributor, you would do everything possible to avoid submitting AI assets of inferior quality that violated the guidelines in any way, but why take the risk that your portfolio of traditional assets would also get shut down?

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That's quite a good argument. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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Can I create another account to upload AI vectors? I already have one for uploading general AI photos and illustrations.

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Apr 17, 2024 Apr 17, 2024

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In this case, I would keep all in one account, but yes, you can separate vector and pixel images. Your ranking would, however, be better with all in one account.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Apr 18, 2024 Apr 18, 2024

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Thank you for replying. Adobe's rule allows me to have two accounts for different types of work. For instance, one for videos and another for photos. I'm wondering if vectors fall under this rule too.  I mainly post currency and buisness AI-generated images. I prefer not to mix these with basic white AI-generated vectors in my profile.

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Apr 18, 2024 Apr 18, 2024

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Well, read my answer here: https://community.adobe.com/t5/stock-contributors-discussions/creating-several-accounts/m-p/14561207...

 

but yes, you can separate vector and pixel images

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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