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My Quick Keywording Technics

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Astormfr
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Message posted at 08/22/2013, 14:57:21 PM by Astormfr
New article posted: My Quick Keywording Technics
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Davidwatmough
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Message posted at 08/23/2013, 06:08:33 AM by Davidwatmough
I think its smart thinking but hard on those you copy from ! But on reflection people get inspiration from other people's images.
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Martingraf
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Message posted at 08/23/2013, 07:44:49 AM by Martingraf
I reckon it's ok to get some ideas what others are using as keywords, but just copying them is not really fair. I think you can improve your English vocubular even more when looking the words up in a dictionary.
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Astormfr
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Message posted at 08/23/2013, 08:01:14 AM by Astormfr
I agree with you it is copying. But, common, it is not illegal.
Lets say I have the same keyword as another photo, the potential buyer will find both pictures. At the end he is the only one that will choose to buy or not.

In addition I must admit that I use a web dictionary www.reverso.net that give me many words
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Martingraf
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Message posted at 08/23/2013, 21:56:49 PM by Martingraf
true - and many of us probably did it at some stage of their DT 'carier' - I have it even better - I have a fantastic keywording service: my wife :)
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Fengshang520
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Message posted at 08/23/2013, 23:57:25 PM by Fengshang520
Good words, will have a good search ...


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Lenutaidi
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Message posted at 08/24/2013, 00:14:03 AM by Lenutaidi
Why not?Not bad!:)Good luck in sales!


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Astormfr
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Message posted at 08/24/2013, 16:41:24 PM by Astormfr
Martingraf : "I have a fantastic keywording service: my wife :)"
Lucky you!

Is she also a model for you?
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Martingraf
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Message posted at 08/25/2013, 02:56:45 AM by Martingraf
Astormfr: Is she also a model for you?

I did try, but I'm not so good in taking photos of people - that's not really my thing :(
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Jdanne
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Message posted at 08/25/2013, 09:05:08 AM by Jdanne
You should emphasize

5 – Quickly read and check/correct what you have just copied

Some users just copy keywords of similar images BUT DON'T check them. For example: I tag all my photos with my user name "jdanne". Surprisingly searching for "jdanne" will find more photos than the size of my portfolio. It's so easy to check keywords with an online dictionary but obviously some members are too lazy to do it.
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Astormfr
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Message posted at 08/25/2013, 14:18:03 PM by Astormfr
Jdanne, you are absolutly true. The Check en correction is very important!

Martingraf, I understand your wife if your are not a good portrait photographier :-)
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Tangie
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Message posted at 08/27/2013, 01:46:22 AM by Tangie - member is an admin
Dreamstime does not allow such practice and you should not recommend other users to do this. It is true that you can check the image info of other images and use as model in case you do not know how to keyword but copying word for word is not allowed. This usually results in spam.


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Usedcars
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Message posted at 12/12/2013, 05:46:27 AM by Usedcars
I would:

1) Write down a list of my own words
2) Use a thesaurus to expand on it
3) Use Google Keyword checker for search volume

Probably quite a bit of work for each image but by being original you will most definitely find new opportunities.


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Message posted at 07/22/2014, 08:02:11 AM by Valentinacata
I believe that your ideea is a good one. It is not illegal to get inspired!

In the end, you will still add your own words that better describe your pic.


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