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6. Title, description, keywords

File name:

It is well known that files with names beginning with the number “1” or the letter “A” will appear first in a search result. On our web site it is forbidden to manipulate search results in that way.

Titles should accurately reflect the subject (in English).

Description:

You should describe your Image as fully as possible; that can help you a lot when an inspector is reviewing your Image for approval.

Keywords:

Well chosen keywords will save designers time when looking for an Image and will help you to efficiently sell your Images.

Pay attention to this, even though keywords (“tags”) are also controlled by our inspectors.

Do Submit:

Keywords:

Man alone, Seashore, Silhouette, Sunset, River, Nature, Fishing-rod, Fishing, Summer, Hobby.

Category:

• People;
• Other.

Do NOT Submit:

Keywords:

Traveling, Holidays, English language, Walk, Time, Wood, Water.

Category:

• Architecture & Buildings;
• Cities.

Summary:

Keywords should describe a particular Image precisely, rather than your subjective associations regarding it.

Your associations could be too far from the object itself and will lead to unnecessary confusion.


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Use Favorites to Save Files You Like

To add a file to your Favorites, use the Add to Favorites
button or drag-and-drop.

For All Your Projects

You can create numerous folders based on your projects or topics,
add files inside, and then easily sort and buy them.

Drag-and-Drop

You can simply drag-and-drop files directly from your
search results into your Favorites.

Change Positions

Within your Favorites, you can easily change the order of files.
Drag a file from one location and drop it into a different location.

Built-In Notes

Notes is the built-in way to save descriptions, notes and draft memos for
each folder within your Favorites.

Ultimate Solution

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Click to add
notes to this folder.
Notes: