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Keyword caution

I sold an image today

and decided to check other images in a similar vein, namely those related to the crisis in the Eurozone and in Greece where there is voting tonight on the bail out terms and conditions.

With keywords euro mouse trap 73 images appeared

With keywords euro mousetrap 103 images appeared and perversely in my view using keywords euro trap mouse mousetrap only 59 images appeared.

My view is that it is sensible to check the major keywords; clearly mousetrap as one word has a different response to mouse and trap

This discrepancy has the potential to lose significant sales.

Photo credits: David Watmough.

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April 22, 2012

Nelsonpeng

Good advice, thanks for your sharing.

February 13, 2012

Iwhitwo

That is interesting David, thanks.

February 13, 2012

Nero67

Great advice!!!

February 13, 2012

Egomezta

Interesting, thanks for sharing.

February 13, 2012

Antoinettew

If I search on a translation site on this word I get: mouse-trap. But maybe this is UK English. There is a great difference sometimes between English and American words. Confusing.

February 13, 2012

Dgmate

I think that the more important thing is for your image to be included in the 103 searched photo. If your photo has mousetrap keyword only will it be more searchable than a photo with mouse trap mousetrap keywords? Or is it the other way around? or will it yield the same result?

February 13, 2012

FabioConcetta

Thanks for the information and congratulations for making this beautiful image!

February 12, 2012

Picstudio

Great advice. Thanx for sharing.

February 12, 2012

Jdanne

Thanks for sharing!

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