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« on: November 15, 2018, 03:21 »
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Why is my adobe sales almost nothing?
Very tragic news, my adobe has uploaded 1200 pictures, but almost no download, why? Everyone said that adobe is very good, why don't I think? :'(


« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2018, 03:25 »
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Why is my adobe sales almost nothing?
Very tragic news, my adobe has uploaded 1200 pictures, but almost no download, why? Everyone said that adobe is very good, why don't I think? :'(
https://stock.adobe.com/contributor/206363208/yuliang_8888
This is my webpage, please help me to see it, although it is the reason I just uploaded it, it is not too! I have a very good sale in ss,
There is another question, why can't I find my picture on the adobe homepage?

« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2018, 09:51 »
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I have no idea what "very good" means to you for Shutterstock sales, but I think your main problem on Adobe Stock is probably keywords. The few I checked were pretty bad - not descriptive of what's in the image; repetitive - horse is shown twice for this image of a pig in a dress; not ordered so the first 7 keywords are the most important.



Keywords on the above are:

horse animal grass farm pasture horse meadow nature field mare animal grazing green summer white foal mammal black brown equine rural pony fast horse beautiful domestic

Assuming for the sake of argument that someone was looking for a pig in a dress in a field, your keywords would not help them find this image.

Edited to add that I looked at another from the above series and the keywords were different, but equally bad:

dog animal grass pet green puppy sheep horse canino white meadow nature farm mammal cute animal field young grazing pasture outdoors agriculture weimaraner dog black
« Last Edit: November 15, 2018, 09:53 by Jo Ann Snover »

« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2018, 10:06 »
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Possibly not a huge demand for pigs in dresses either.

« Reply #4 on: November 15, 2018, 12:21 »
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I have no idea what "very good" means to you for Shutterstock sales, but I think your main problem on Adobe Stock is probably keywords. The few I checked were pretty bad - not descriptive of what's in the image; repetitive - horse is shown twice for this image of a pig in a dress; not ordered so the first 7 keywords are the most important.



Keywords on the above are:

horse animal grass farm pasture horse meadow nature field mare animal grazing green summer white foal mammal black brown equine rural pony fast horse beautiful domestic

Assuming for the sake of argument that someone was looking for a pig in a dress in a field, your keywords would not help them find this image.

Edited to add that I looked at another from the above series and the keywords were different, but equally bad:

dog animal grass pet green puppy sheep horse canino white meadow nature farm mammal cute animal field young grazing pasture outdoors agriculture weimaraner dog black
My keywords are all using adobe automatic keywords, I did not fill in myself, but the title is my own to fill out

« Reply #5 on: November 15, 2018, 12:32 »
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Possibly not a huge demand for pigs in dresses either.
David Cameron might buy some (Joke for UK residents)

« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2018, 12:33 »
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I have no idea what "very good" means to you for Shutterstock sales, but I think your main problem on Adobe Stock is probably keywords. The few I checked were pretty bad - not descriptive of what's in the image; repetitive - horse is shown twice for this image of a pig in a dress; not ordered so the first 7 keywords are the most important.

Theres your answer

Keywords on the above are:

horse animal grass farm pasture horse meadow nature field mare animal grazing green summer white foal mammal black brown equine rural pony fast horse beautiful domestic

Assuming for the sake of argument that someone was looking for a pig in a dress in a field, your keywords would not help them find this image.

Edited to add that I looked at another from the above series and the keywords were different, but equally bad:

dog animal grass pet green puppy sheep horse canino white meadow nature farm mammal cute animal field young grazing pasture outdoors agriculture weimaraner dog black
My keywords are all using adobe automatic keywords, I did not fill in myself, but the title is my own to fill out

« Reply #7 on: November 15, 2018, 12:38 »
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I have no idea what "very good" means to you for Shutterstock sales, but I think your main problem on Adobe Stock is probably keywords. The few I checked were pretty bad - not descriptive of what's in the image; repetitive - horse is shown twice for this image of a pig in a dress; not ordered so the first 7 keywords are the most important.



Keywords on the above are:

horse animal grass farm pasture horse meadow nature field mare animal grazing green summer white foal mammal black brown equine rural pony fast horse beautiful domestic

Assuming for the sake of argument that someone was looking for a pig in a dress in a field, your keywords would not help them find this image.

Edited to add that I looked at another from the above series and the keywords were different, but equally bad:

dog animal grass pet green puppy sheep horse canino white meadow nature farm mammal cute animal field young grazing pasture outdoors agriculture weimaraner dog black
My keywords are all using adobe automatic keywords, I did not fill in myself, but the title is my own to fill out
Theres your answer

nobody

« Reply #8 on: November 15, 2018, 12:38 »
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I am going to be blunt here- your still life images are just dump on table and shoot.  Flowers - nothing that's really amazing which you will need to compete with the other million images. People on white - just changing the angle differently to get more volume will not cut it anymore.  Overall, nothing really to offer the buyers that isn't already in the 200 millions images... 8)

nobody

« Reply #9 on: November 15, 2018, 12:50 »
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Possibly not a huge demand for pigs in dresses either.
David Cameron might buy some (Joke for UK residents)

FYI

BLACK MIRROR'S Pig Porker Episode Comes True   8)

ShadySue

« Reply #10 on: November 15, 2018, 13:30 »
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You won't sell flower photos, even if much better,  if they're not properly identified. Putting random flower names in just won't cut it.

« Reply #11 on: November 15, 2018, 15:01 »
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...My keywords are all using adobe automatic keywords, I did not fill in myself, but the title is my own to fill out

Just because you did not fill them out yourself does not mean you are not allowed to (a) modify their suggestions or (b) enter your own.

You asked why your images aren't selling. If you care about sales, keyword images yourself and store those in the metadata of your image files. If your English isn't good then you'll have to hire a keywording service or take your chances with Google translate.

On the issue of the quality of automated keyword suggestions: If those keywords came from Adobe's keywording hints then they need to improve the software - even considering the rather unusual subject, having horse three times should be a firing offense. Not to mention offering multiple different animal keywords when there's only one animal in the picture.
« Last Edit: November 15, 2018, 23:18 by Jo Ann Snover »

« Reply #12 on: November 15, 2018, 21:21 »
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Your keywording is terrible. That's why.

If you're using Adobe's automatic keywording, you're destine to make nothing at Adobe Stock.

« Reply #13 on: November 16, 2018, 07:29 »
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Your keywording is terrible. That's why.

If you're using Adobe's automatic keywording, you're destine to make nothing at Adobe Stock.
Today, I have a sale, which is the figure of the person who passed the review yesterday.

nobody

« Reply #14 on: November 16, 2018, 09:13 »
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Your keywording is terrible. That's why.

If you're using Adobe's automatic keywording, you're destine to make nothing at Adobe Stock.
Today, I have a sale, which is the figure of the person who passed the review yesterday.

We expect a nice gift for helping you  :)

« Reply #15 on: November 16, 2018, 11:06 »
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Your keywording is terrible. That's why.

If you're using Adobe's automatic keywording, you're destine to make nothing at Adobe Stock.
Today, I have a sale, which is the figure of the person who passed the review yesterday.

We expect a nice gift for helping you  :)
 ;D

« Reply #16 on: November 16, 2018, 14:16 »
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I am going to be blunt here- your still life images are just dump on table and shoot.  Flowers - nothing that's really amazing which you will need to compete with the other million images. People on white - just changing the angle differently to get more volume will not cut it anymore.  Overall, nothing really to offer the buyers that isn't already in the 200 millions images... 8)
best to look out for another profession with such inaccurate feedback, or are you just trolling


 

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