These are my very personal thoughts and experiences about DT's option to have images re-keyworded for the fee of $ 0,60 per image. Is this worth it or not ?Well, let's agree on that even the "greatest image at all" will not sell if no one notice it. Once a image passed the editors and is online at DT, we basically can consider this image as ok. However, this is no guaranty to sell any license..., not even a subscription-based one.So...regardless of expression or any commercial potential... continue reading
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Since I've started uploading photos on stock sites, I've been constantly reading articles and learning more about this whole industry.In the last few months I read a lot and learnt about keywording. When I first started uploading I was really bad at keywording, which seems to be one of the most powerful ways to bring buyers to your work. It was a nuisance to find at least 10 good keywords, and I often added others related only hypothetically to the image.Therefore, about a month ago, when... continue reading
One month ago, after reading some of Ellen Boughn's articles about keywording and some other useful blogs giving tips about keywording I finally decided to make a full re-keywording of my images. I was postponing it for quite a long time but finally decided to make it.With almost 400 images in my portfolio it took me about 4 days to revise every single one of them. Before getting to work I made a list of all the important hints and tips I had to pay attention at. On the top of the list I put... continue reading
I resubmitted a bunch of images to be fully re-keyworded earlier today. They're just getting back into the queue, and already I've noticed an astonishing increase in the views hits they are receiving! Here are a few of those images.Thanks DT team!I definitely recommend using the keywording program for times when one is stuck on creating words, or if you have an image that doesn't seem to be getting many sales or views. Those were the types of images I picked to have re-keyworded, and so far... continue reading
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