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Great blog delving deeply into the art of keywording specifically for DT

Here's a link to an awesome blog by Jody Apap about keywording specifically for DT. As Jody states in his blog, every stock agency has it's own set of rules for keywording. So being intimately knowledgeable about how DT prefers your keywording is essential to get the most sales possible.

Here's the link:


At the end of the blog our beloved, and beautiful, DT admin Carmen Pietraru (Tangie) responds to the blog and offers even more insight into keywording magic at DT. Thanks, Carmen!!
Nikon, Adobe and Macintosh
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Very nice! Thank you for posting this.
Canon Body, Sigma Glass, Canon Strobes, Adobe Creative Cloud
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It didn't work for me.
Nikon D3000
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Canon Body, Sigma Glass, Canon Strobes, Adobe Creative Cloud
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Thanks, Kyle! I went back to my original post and made the link work.
Nikon, Adobe and Macintosh
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Thanks for sharing.
Nikon Equipment, Nikon Lenses, Professional Photo Software
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Very useful, thanks.
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interesting ......
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Excellent information Mike, thanks for posting.
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Great info but for me it`s not working though :)
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Great blog! As long as I've been at this, there's always more to learn. Thanks for posting the link :)
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Great info!
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Posted: 11/29/2012, 04:56:12 AM
Just a note, that blog references information from a year ago (2011). Things change here often when it comes to Search algorithms.
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