There were number of discussions here on forum dedicated to 'meaning of views'. The principal comclusion is that there is no clear relation between number of views and number of sales. There is a funny thread
where people show their most viewed images that have no sales, at all. So, there are images with 1000, 2000 and even 3000 views which nonetheless sell never,
As for me, I almost do not care about views. I only watch over images that have few views and no sales. Generally, it indicates a wrong keyworsing.
Your portfolio looks nice but I believe that titles-descriptions-keywords are not always accurate. Let me consider your nice image with tangerines:
1) The title is 'Mandarins' and, as I think, it is not quite correct. Title should not be too long but it should contain the principal keywords. So, I would add 'tangerines' (because it is used more often comparing to 'mandarins') and 'isolated' (since white background is important feature of your image). The result would be 'Tangerines mandarins isolated'
and don't mind if the title does not look as a regular sentence.
2) Your keywords are:
agriculture citrus close-up color cut dessert eating food freshness fruit green healthy ingredient isolated juice juicy leaf mandarin nature nobody orange organic raw refreshment ripe snack stem sweet tangerine tropical vegetarian vibrant vitamin white yellow
On my opinion, the following keywords are unnecessary:
- 'eating' (nobody eats in your image)
- 'ingredient' (in very rare cases tangerines are an ingredient)
- 'juice', 'juicy' (for sure, one can prepare a juice out of tangerines, but it does not matter since there is no juice in yuour photo).
- 'organic' (try to imagine that you are looking for tangerine image, would you use 'organic' in the searcj line?)
- 'raw' (roasted tangerines are very exotic dish, so they are almost always raw)
- 'yellow' (they are obviously orange, not yellow)
Several words are given in singular mode though they should be plurals: 'fruit' -> 'fruits', 'leaf' -> 'leaves', 'mandarin' -> 'mandarins', 'stem' -> 'stems', 'tangerine' -> 'tangerines'. If designer want to get an image with tangerine and put 'tangerine' in the search line, your image will be wrong result for him(her). Your image are for those who are looking for 'tangerinES', 'mandarins', 'leaves', fruits', etc.
At least, 2 very important words ('background' and 'backdrop') are missed.
'close-up' should be complemented by 'closeup', 'close' and 'up' to allow designer to find your image with all forms of word.
3) Your description is: 'A group of tangerines with green leaves on a white background' and it is not good one, as I think. Description should contain as much keywords as possible and consequently it should look like this: "Orange fresh tropical fruits - tangerines (madarins) - with green leaves and stems close-up (closeup, close up) isolated on white background'.
I do not think that my suggestions represent an ideal solution, but I am absolute sure that direction is quite correct.
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