High discoverability in Stock photography discussion and contributor experience Posted December 13, 2019 · Edited December 13, 2019 by the wordsmith uk 1 hour ago, meanderingemu said: increase does not equal enhance. what do you mean no penalty, now YOU get a hit for someone looking for a " man lawyer politician" i get a hit for " woman standing on street" which no one would be looking for a marginal 5th ranked political candidate in a minor european country. There is nothing guessing about my KW. This is hours of analysing search results, AoA and optimization of impact. As for the city, it is included in the description. but you are free to handle your portfolio which you are hiding the way you want Dear meanderingemu I meant you no offense. I was simply trying to illustrate how you could hit 50 keywords without compromising your CTR If people were looking for a group of women and a man in the street having the man would help. Someone may well be searching for female politicians who are lawyers.. and they may well be searching for this particular female politician whose work includes advocating for transparency and anti-corruption in government .. It's the focus of the image. It's what the image is about. It's political. It would have interest for someone searching along those lines. I apologise, I did not find your image on Alamy and check any words you had added. I just added words and researched as I would have done if I had been presented the image to keyword from scratch. I really meant you no offense. You posted to illustrate how CTR could be diluted by irrelevant keywords (tram?) and for that, this was a helpful exercise . As Harry mentioned, I am a professional keyworder. I do not have a portfolio hidden away anywhere. I work with photographers to boost their sales. My website is here https://the-wordsmith-uk.com/ My client list is here https://www.linkedin.com/in/keyworder/ Best wishes . Maura .