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1. youtube is a trademark. Can't see what other trademarks you need releases for.
2. If you remove trademarks, you need a release from the artist who created this work. Even if that is yourself.
Did you submit a signed release for each one?
Adobe Stock doesn't know who created the artwork. You have to tell them it's your original art by signing a release for it.
If it's NOT your original artwork, you can't sell it.
I appreciate your answer Nancy,
The work I want to publish is my own. I really did not know that you have to send a signed statement to each one. How is this done and where is it sent?
On the other hand, I already know that I should not include brands like YouTube, Instagra or Facebook, but if you look at my work, you will see that in the text styles I do not use any trademarks, so I do not understand the rejections.
I see the word Youtube in the screen shot you posted. In two images.
Yes, it is correct, however in this case I refer to these images that I attach. They are text style and I do not use trademarks here.
What can happen?
I really did not know that you have to send a signed statement to each one. How is this done and where is it sent?
See this link for more details.
Have you looked at vector artwork submitted by other Stock Contributors? Artwork is artwork. Descriptions go into a separate field.
Thanks a lot,
Fortunately with the information you have given me, now I have been able to solve my problem about rejections and now I have published.
Thank you all for your responses and help.