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Flags again. Yes or no?

Hey folks! I've got an unpleasant "hello" of some respectable DT member. It means - man has flagged keywords "business metaphor" of my pic "Business engine". I am sure it is proper expression for this pic. But - I am not businessman, I am not lingiust and English is not my native language!

What's your opinion? Must I remove these words?

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October 23, 2011

Bearmountainbooks

I think it is a nice image that reminds me of the phrase: Rat race! (usually it is a hamster or mouse in a wheel going around and around). It is often used to express frustration of working in a rat race where all we do is go round and round without getting anywhere! Your image captures this very well with the dollar inside the cog!

June 12, 2011

Mjak

Thanks friends!

June 11, 2011

Nero67

For me your keywords are correct!!!
Bye, Francesco

June 11, 2011

Karenfoleyphotography

Ignore the flag - correctly keyworded and great pic

June 11, 2011

Vilaimages

It is perfect, if you ask me...

June 11, 2011

Mariaam

All the keywords for this pic are absolutely OKAY! Do not delete any of them! Good luck with this great illustration!

June 11, 2011

Rangpl

correct

June 11, 2011

Francy874

Hello Tamara! I think your keywords are correct. Maybe it is a mistake because the "flag button"(red cross) is near to "add to lightbox" button. On one occasion the same thing happened to me and after a few days the image was bought. I hope it happens to you too :-)
Bye, Francesca

June 10, 2011

Joezachs

Any word that is vaguely related to the picture should be reatained.

June 10, 2011

Luissantos84

metaphor is 100% correct in this picture and I am serious! do you know any business that you keep running on a wheel like this all day long?? guess not.. so it is a good metaphor :) because you don´t need to be "running" when having a business

June 10, 2011

Bobbigmac

I agree, "business metaphor" does not seem to apply here. Perhaps the following are more accurate:
money concept
cashflow
running
wheel
working
wheels
efficiency
workflow
and many more relevant than "business metaphor"

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