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Apr 13, 2022 Apr 13, 2022

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How long does it take before an accepted image(s) is placed under a searchable topic or category? Does it depend on what keywords were used with the image? For example, I just had a number of images excepted and the topic was snow goose hunting, but when I search those images don't come up.

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 13, 2022 Apr 13, 2022
I was able to find one of your images on the first page when I chose the filter "undiscovered content". Some general tips around keywords is the first 10 keywords are most important with the first keyword being most important, second keyword slightly less important and so on downward.  Your description is "A spread of snow goose windsocks and flyers".  Maybe if you thinking "hunting" is an important keyword you could add it to your description to give that keyword more weight,  e.g. "Snow g...

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Apr 13, 2022 Apr 13, 2022

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There are 37 pages of hits for "snow goose hunting" today. Did you check all 37 pages for your new pictures?

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I was able to find one of your images on the first page when I chose the filter "undiscovered content".

 

snow goose hunting.jpg

 

Some general tips around keywords is the first 10 keywords are most important with the first keyword being most important, second keyword slightly less important and so on downward.  Your description is "A spread of snow goose windsocks and flyers".  Maybe if you thinking "hunting" is an important keyword you could add it to your description to give that keyword more weight,  e.g. "Snow goose hunting windsocks and flyers in a field" or something similar.  Keywords that also appear in your description appear higher in the search results, but you don't want your description to be just a repetition of your keywords.

 

To find out more about titles and keywords, here is the link:  https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/titles-and-keyword.html

 

Personally, I have gone back to some of my images that were hard to find and changed my description and the order of my keywords and it did make a difference.

 

I hope this helps.


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Thanks. Is it easy to pull up the image and change keywords?

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Apr 14, 2022 Apr 14, 2022

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Yes, it is very easy.  Go into your Dashboard and click on the photo you would like to edit.  When you move your cursor to the Title or Keyword fields, you will notice a pencil at the end of the field.  Click on the pencil to make your edits. 

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To rearrange your keywords, you can click on the number next to the keyword you would like to move and drag it up or down into the order you would like.

 

 

keyword order.jpg

 

Click OK to close the pop-up window and then click on the SAVE button when you're done. 


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Mike Gnatkowski
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Thank you!!!

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