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Keywords and Sideways Thinking ... I Think.

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Very useful blog, congrats
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Posted: 01/27/2011, 04:25:57 AM
Thank You Art very usefule article:))
Posted: 02/19/2011, 09:50:40 AM
I'm happy you found it useful.
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Posted: 02/19/2011, 10:17:21 AM
Thanks for sharing. Really great and very useful article with given example.
Posted: 03/19/2011, 10:53:02 AM
Thank you. found the article very useful.
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Posted: 05/07/2011, 11:14:18 AM
Totally useful & clearly identifies & expands out keywords for me (at last!!). Thanks a million.
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You are more than welcome!
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Posted: 1 minute ago
A very helpful article. Effective keywording is a skill and takes some effort, but I think it is critical for success in micro stock. I am wondering, does the number of keywords used for an image have any effect on what page of search results the image is shown on?
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Art always affirms that too much keywords affects placement in the search results negatively.

However, recently, I read a comment from some admin who told that number does not matter, there should be as many KW as image needs (unfortunately, I do not remember the thread).

I think that number of words itself has no effect as soon as all they are RELEVANT ones. But if one increses the number of KW ONLY TO KEEP it large one unavoidable has to use NON-RELEVANT ones. In this case placement in the search results becomes worse. 'Relevancy requirement' leads to 15-20 keywords in most of practical cases, on my experience.
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Yes, Igor, that is my point. But usually, after 15 to 18 good, solid keywords the relevancy begins to thin out. At least from my point of view.
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Posted: 06/15/2013, 01:43:18 AM
Very useful, thank you for sharing.
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Posted: 06/15/2013, 02:58:18 AM
Very helpful. thanks for sharing.
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Posted: 1 minute ago
waaw! Amazing tips! thanks!
But does ordering of keywords matter? Like do I need to place the most relevant keyword first?
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Posted: 06/22/2013, 10:25:49 AM
Order of keywords depends on the agency.
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