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up to ten words per supertag?

up to 150 characters per supertag?

up to 1500 total supertag characters per image?

characters include commas & spaces?

 

if you answer this correctly, you will be helping a lot.

(which is why font size below is dedicated to you)

A WHOLE LOT...

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Are words within a long supertag as powerful as individual ones?

 

'Arable farming in Suffolk' - only powerful if that is the exact search term used?

 

'Arable' 'farming' 'Suffolk' each tag is surely more powerful in searches for those individual words?

 

:huh:

 

 

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38 minutes ago, geogphotos said:

Are words within a long supertag as powerful as individual ones?

 

'Arable farming in Suffolk' - only powerful if that is the exact search term used?

 

'Arable' 'farming' 'Suffolk' each tag is surely more powerful in searches for those individual words?

 

:huh:

 

 

It seems the engine will give you a bump if the exact phrase is used if they search woodland Suffolk then you would in theory achieve higher than the words separated, and the same again if the tag is a super tag; however it would seem that if you have long tags and words are omitted during the search you get nothing!

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1 hour ago, Richard Sheldrake said:

if you have long tags and words are omitted during the search you get nothing!

No, the individual words are still searched on.

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2 hours ago, spacecadet said:

No, the individual words are still searched on.

Very interesting, have never found a system that would index linked words as separate, but there is always a first time :-) thanks for the information!

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1 hour ago, Richard Sheldrake said:

Very interesting, have never found a system that would index linked words as separate, but there is always a first time :-) thanks for the information!

 

If 'Arable farming in Suffolk' is a supertag, and someone does a search for 'Arable farming in Suffolk', then obviously that will come pretty high in the search. However, if someone searches for 'Arable', or 'farming', or 'Suffolk', images will come up in searches even if they aren't individual tags, but lower than a search for 'Arable farming in Suffolk'.

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6 hours ago, geogphotos said:

Are words within a long supertag as powerful as individual ones?

 

 

Hoping NOT!

Want some of my "universal" words to be WEAK as possible

but still searchable as a strategy to cut down on views

without zooms...

 

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