Keymentoring: What a Neat Feature!

A month and a half short of a year of being a contributor here at Dreamstime, this place continues to awe me! Over the weekend I had a few downloads and one of them was this image—

five credits it earned me, I was very pleased! I will find out later that there was someone else behind the scene who connected this image to the buyer.

As a part of my learning process, I always check the keyword the buyer sought after. In this particular download, that word was “nautilus”. Nautilus? Hmmm, I know for sure I did not enter that as a keyword. Must be a translation of one of my keywords to another language—what a feature—I automatically assumed. So I went to the back to the image with the intention of adding ‘nautilus’ as one of the keywords. Voila, it was there already, along with other keywords that I knew for sure I didn’t think about then nor now! Then I remember, DT has that keymentoring feature, at no charge to us, fabulous!

So, thanks again DT for having these features available to us—just another proof that you folks know what you’re doing! Big thanks also to my fellow member, whoever you are, who took the time and suggested keywords to my image (or should I say images as I’m sure if I check all of them, I’ll discover more). And of course, to the buyer who downloaded this image and also to all my buyers, thank you so much for the smiles each of your download give me (not to mention the extra cash I never thought this hobby of mine will generate me).

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August 03, 2010

Thatsmedrs

This is really informative..thanks Jeni

July 28, 2010

Yuritz

well,nautilus is the latin and also italian name of those kind of animals;so maybe they were checking using those.
Anyway thanks for sharing your experience :)

July 28, 2010

Mani33

Very interesting! Thanks for sharing this Jeni :)

July 28, 2010

Egomezta

Thanks for sharing, Good to know.

July 28, 2010

Komar

Nautiwhat? Interesting story.

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Photo credits: Jennifer Pitiquen.