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Titles, keywords, categories

Explorer ,
May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

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Hello Adobe Community,

 

I am inquiring about the affect of titles, keywords, and categories on image acceptance. In other words, does either a short or lengthy title have any affect on acceptance; fewer or more keywords, etc. Is there such a thing as too many or too few words. Or is the right amount of words the number you need to identify the photo as best you can? Same with categories as far as choosing the one that fits the photo closest, as many photos can be in a few different categories.

 

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Community Expert , May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

This tutorial from Mat Hayward, Adobe Stock Evangelist, is very informative. Check out his other tutorials as well.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNYe84Wh_jg&t=48s

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May 11, 2023 May 11, 2023

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Probably not on acceptance, so long as you don't do anything forbidden. (Like, leaving out "AI Generative" in keywords for an AI generative file, or using something that is a trademark). But you should think about keywords from a customer point of view. Try searching with your proposed keywords to see your competition. Think what other keywords a customer might use. This won't help with acceptance, but it may help your sales.

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OK, good advice. Thanks so much.

 

GZ

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This tutorial from Mat Hayward, Adobe Stock Evangelist, is very informative. Check out his other tutorials as well.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNYe84Wh_jg&t=48s

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The category is, it seams, irrelevant. Keywords and title need to describe the asset correctly, however, except for mistakes, like using tradenames, there is little report, that they don't get accepted. You need, however, stay correct with your indications, as giving false keywords will hurt your sales, because the asset will drop out of search, also for partially accurate titles and keywords.

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Unfortunately, at least some reviewers do not check keywords.

Here an example of bad and damaging keywording:

When searching for: "white labrador dog sitting forest"

I found in position 12 of the search results image 589076883

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Title: "Majestatic white male of gorilla roaring at forest with sun ray around him, generative ai"

Keywords: animal mammal zoo wild black wildlife baby gibbon sitting looking jungle face young tree endange red eye portrait creature generative ai baboon fur siam asia brown mother white cute bear lion water park sleeping stone forest dog retriever gold pet puppy golden retriever labrador canino breed dog friends grass

This image has at least 25 keywords that do not apply to the image. 

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Community Beginner ,
May 28, 2023 May 28, 2023

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please How do you know the keywords for any image?

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Community Expert ,
May 28, 2023 May 28, 2023

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You observe what the subject matter of the image is, and enter descriptive words. Scroll back in this thread and you'll see a link to a YouTube video that describes the process. You can also use the keyword suggestions that Adobe makes on the image submission page, though you need to review those carefully to make sure they're accurate and appropriate for the image.

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Community Beginner ,
May 29, 2023 May 29, 2023

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Thank you very very much for the quick reply
the question is
How do you know the keywords for this picture? 589076883.
Keywords: animal mammal zoo wild black wildlife baby gibbon sitting looking jungle face young tree endange red eye portrait creature generative ai baboon fur siam asia brown mother white cute bear lion water park sleeping stone forest dog retriever gold pet puppy golden retriever labrador canino breed dog friends grass

in another meaning
How do I know the keywords for any image on Adobe Stock?

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We are not able to see all of the keywords entered on any particular asset, other than our own. When you query the image you referenced, we can see the title, and below the image we can see "similar keywords", but those are not the exact keywords that the Contributor entered. They have been selected by Adobe using some mysterious algorithm, because some of them are definitely not appropriate for the image. 

 

Is there some reason why you want to see the keywords used by other Contributors? 

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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