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Ron

« Reply #25 on: April 21, 2014, 00:14 »
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Calm down. I obviously read what you wrote, you said titles are not searchable within Shutterstock. I replied that is outdated information.

Titles are not used on SS, only the description field, and image descriptions are searchable.

Did you read the link I posted? Its all there. Did you read what I wrote? I literately said the title field is not used on SS.

SS has a lot of outdated and contradicting information on their website. I am not attacking you, I just said the information is outdated.

Posted by Shutterstock / 9.10.10 09:42 am http://www.shutterstock.com/buzz/image-descriptions

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Our latest update is to treat the words in your image descriptions just like keywords. (In the past, we didnt index these words.)


Last updated 6.1.10 04:19 pm http://www.shutterstock.com/buzz/keywording/good-keywords-sell-part-3

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Despite the rigid structure of captioning editorial photos, titles are not searchable. Therefore, carefully consider what the most relevant keywords are.


« Reply #26 on: April 21, 2014, 02:43 »
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Hi Alex, am confused: did you manage to upload 1000 photos in one go of the same carnival? Or am i reading your message wrong?

And, as i live in Malta where carnival is really big: how do you manage to get them approved without MR? Is it so easy to just upload them as editorial? And is it worth it, i.e. does editorial sell as well as RF?


Uncle Pete

« Reply #27 on: April 21, 2014, 12:53 »
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How silly of me to assume that when people are discussing the Title Field, Pond5 requirements vs SS standards, that your reply would be able something along the same lines and subject. I apologize for assuming that your reply about "That" and how it's four years old, wasn't about the same subject, but something else.

My Mistake.

You are correct Ron. Tomatoes are a fruit, vests have no sleeves, and I had a dark chocolate eclair for dessert last night. Thanks for asking.


 

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