If you have a couple images or videos that are similar - but different - is it OK to name them the same?
Probably. However, Adobe don't want multiple very similar images (for example, different croppings, different effects, small changes to view direction, same view on different days) and may block - not because of the title, but because of the similarity.
The title is used in the buyers search. It is okay to use the same name however, it does not increase your chances of being found.
The title is not used for indexing the Adobe stock database, but it is used by external search engines like google.com.
The title should be quite descriptive. So instead of just "Girl" you should say "little girl reading a book in the park"
Thanks Abambo. I realise the title should be descriptive - like "little girl reading a book in the park" but if you have different girls in different parks, I suppose there's not many ways you can rename the title. And if two people, in different parts of the world take two similar photos, then they're probably going to call it the same thing - like "little girl reading a book in the park".
So, I guess there's no reason I can't give my images/videos the same title either. Thanks.
It is totally OK to have the same title for all your images, if the title fits. It's probably not a refusal reason if you do not spam the system. But the Google gods may help your sales with a little variation...