A good business presentation can catapult you to success, impressing your peers and superiors, regardless of the venue. Assuming your speaking abilities are polished, follow these three simple tips with stock photography to make sure your presentation really stuns the audience (in a good way)!3. Focus on images, not wordsYour audience should be looking at your presentation but listening to you. If your slides are full of text, the audience will be looking at and reading your presentation,... continue reading
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Hello Dreamstimers,Just for the beginners here that have the question how to make more sales. There are different factors that influence your sales. One of the most important is keywords and titles.I learned in the past that titles and keywording are extremely important and if not the MOST important activity while submitting images or videos. I started myself with not paying much attention to this but i learned taking care of your titles and keywords will pay off. Submitting an image with... continue reading
Importance of relevant keywording.I understand that this topic is covered well and that we all know that keywording is important for our search ranking to create extra exposure. Clients will find your images faster and the chance for a sale increases. It is at least as important as regularly uploading new stock photos.Unfortunately irrelevant keywording is still happening. Here some wrong examples:Keyword NATURE attached to an image of a doll with apple drawing on her clothes. This is... continue reading
Wherever I have information available about the terms used by buyers to select an image they have invariably used one of the simplest terms in my keywords list.Recent sales for me that highlight this include the terms 'gravel path' and 'headphones' as well as 'inhaler' and 'Egypt'.What this makes clear is that all of the time and effort I put in during my early days in stock photography researching complex keywords such as 'giraffa camelopardalis' (Latin for Giraffe) and the many similar keywords... continue reading
Key wording can be very intimidating...you sit, you think and wonder what to type and when you have typed all the words you can possible think about you still have only scratched the surface of what the image is all about.You try and think what a possible buyer might type when looking for an image...but then...you don't know what they are looking for so how could you know what to use as a title or description.When I keyword I tend to use a few simple questions.Where...where... continue reading
People get agitated when they see wrong keyword notification in their in box and some of them respond in an aggressive manner.This a reply I had to send to one such member:- - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -“This is not targeting any individual.If improper keywords are used all the contributors of DT suffers.Take for example your picture of a Pigeon (and it is a good picture)If one of the buyers tries to search for a picture of a Pigeon, there is a good... continue reading
Hello!I've got message - "Your image might have irrelevant or not fully accurate keywords. No admin action has been taken yet. If needed, please edit image info and adjust (click image thumbnail to edit). If the flag is irrelevant or accidental, please ignore or reply politely. Flagged keyword: goose." How I understand some DT user tried to find a bird and got couple of my pics with goose-grass. Folks, kill me if I know whom and how I must reply. I can't find any option for this. Does anybody know?... continue reading
The other day I used a kind of keywords softs which once I find in Internet.But due to use the keywords softs careless, So that my photo on line has many irrelevant keywords.As a result my account was be suspended.So I check all your images,and remove all irrelevant keywords. And then my account was be re-opened.I recommend all my friends do not use such softs. And come up with the minimum 10 keywords requred on my own. continue reading
Got your attention, didn't I?It is relevant, though, because at night, when my husband thinks his shoes are his cat; it's black, he can't see, so he thinks the form on the floor is his cat who got out of bed. And, he talks to it. Got it?Black and white photography.That's where this is going.I have been playing around with some and do hope there is a market for them. I checked some of the tutorials on the subject and decided to try.If you have any ideas on black and white as stock please... continue reading
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