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I am worried May can I use Same Title if My image is Relevent?

New Here ,
Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

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Hi, Adobe team

If i am uploading an image that is similer to any other image on Adobe Stock. may can I use the same Title or Keywords if the image is relevent to that. My image will not be excat same but it will be relevent.

in simple may can i copy Title or Keyword of previous image.

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Community Expert , Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

You can use the same keywords, sure.  But why would you copy another submission's title?  That would just confuse customers.  Try to use unique titles that make sense. 

Examples: Silver Robot, Robot Sitting, Robot Standing, Generative AI Robot, etc...

 

 

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Community Expert , Mar 30, 2023 Mar 30, 2023

Yes, you can copy titles and keywords from one image to another, but as @Nancy OShea suggested, you really should try to highlight some unique feature of the image to allow Buyers to find exactly what they're looking for. If you are entering the exact same title and keywords on multiple images, perhaps they're too similar, which will cause the Moderators to reject them.

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Community Expert , Mar 31, 2023 Mar 31, 2023

I may just adventure here into unknown grounds, but I would suspect, that titles and keywords are protected by copyright. This said, if your picture shows a barbecue and you are describing your picture as a barbecue, you should not expect trouble. 

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LEGEND , Mar 31, 2023 Mar 31, 2023

A little more info... a title is not just a small detail you must complete before Adobe can sell your picture. It is a key part of your marketing. You need a unique, interesting title that helps the customer choose. Yes, if your interest is the photography, this may seem tedious. But support you were selling shirts. If you were making a catalog, you would not just put "white shirt", "white shirt", "green shirt", "white shirt". You need to find the Unique Selling Point of your image. 

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You can use the same keywords, sure.  But why would you copy another submission's title?  That would just confuse customers.  Try to use unique titles that make sense. 

Examples: Silver Robot, Robot Sitting, Robot Standing, Generative AI Robot, etc...

 

 

Nancy O'Shea, Product User & Community Expert
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i will add some extra details for example

old title is = food meat, steak, roast grilled, generative ai

new title is = food meat BBQ in plate, juicy steak, roast grilled, generative ai

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By the way, re "food meat, steak, roast grilled, generative ai", a title is not a list of keywords. It should be separate from the keywords, and not use any of the same words. Your title "food meat, steak, roast grilled, generative ai" is very, very unappealing and will reduce sales.

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Your title "food meat, steak, roast grilled, generative ai" is very, very unappealing and will reduce sales.


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It's not the title OP intends to use. You should comment on the second title... 🙂

 

As a recommendation from Adobe: The keywords in the title should be repeated as keywords. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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"As a recommendation from Adobe: The keywords in the title should be repeated as keywords. "

Thank you for the correction. It's strange, since you can search on both, but it's their rules...

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It's probably to improve search relevance. And at the time, they did not search the title. May be they never changed the recommendation. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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If you can't find a new title, perhaps the new image is too similar. Adobe do not want libraries of similar subjects.

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Yes, you can copy titles and keywords from one image to another, but as @Nancy OShea suggested, you really should try to highlight some unique feature of the image to allow Buyers to find exactly what they're looking for. If you are entering the exact same title and keywords on multiple images, perhaps they're too similar, which will cause the Moderators to reject them.

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I may just adventure here into unknown grounds, but I would suspect, that titles and keywords are protected by copyright. This said, if your picture shows a barbecue and you are describing your picture as a barbecue, you should not expect trouble. 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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A little more info... a title is not just a small detail you must complete before Adobe can sell your picture. It is a key part of your marketing. You need a unique, interesting title that helps the customer choose. Yes, if your interest is the photography, this may seem tedious. But support you were selling shirts. If you were making a catalog, you would not just put "white shirt", "white shirt", "green shirt", "white shirt". You need to find the Unique Selling Point of your image. 

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