Interestingly one of my images with keywords data (and I have only 2 such), shows that it was searched by keyword 'renting' whereas this image has absolutely nothing to do with this subject nor contains that keyword (image id 3257481). Is this that 1% of discrepancies you referred to in your original post?
Yes, that may be an exception. The buyer might've searched the database for that word, reached your portfolio then started to browse it (visual search).[/quote]
I see that makes sense. Thanks for the quick answer btw! It is actually funny - it shows how some pictures can be downloaded in strange ways. Btw. what makes you believe it is that 1%? :-)
Antolikjan, if the keyword doesn't show up in the title, description nor keywords, then it is definitely impoossible to find the image by searching that keyword. Or are you asking how do we know it's under 1%?
Quoted Message: Antolikjan, if the keyword doesn't show up in the title, description nor keywords, then it is definitely impoossible to find the image by searching that keyword. Or are you asking how do we know it's under 1%?
Oh yes i was asking how do you know it's under 1% ... sorry for being confusing.
I've got 19 since this started that are marked n/a. It's interesting that 19 photos were found by other methods than keywords maybe showing the importance of collections which I always thought were probably not used much.
This is such an awesome new feature!! It will make it a lot easier to keyword images. Our knowing how buyers search should also help us make keywords more specific to their needs and improve the buyer's search experience. As usual DT is on the cutting edge of giving contributors tools to increase their exposure. :-)
great stuff, but I have a question - why some of them show not the keyword, but my name ("tamara"). for example this on https://www.dreamstime.com/red-dress-image1999547 . doesn't have my name in the keywords. none of my images have.