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  1. Hi Everyone, I've been a contributor for a couple of years but not been on the forum before. My passion is for UK wildlife photography. I've a few hundred images on sale and I've had a few sales. I'm happy with my progress on Alamy. The last submission I uploaded passed QC and I captioned and tagged them in 3 separate batches on 3 different days. The first 2 batches were picked up by the Alamy search engine and appeared on sale as normal. The 3rd batch I captioned and tagged on 13/2/20, AIM showed them as on sale, but they have not appeared on the public screens yet. I can't find them by
  2. I am new to Alamy and I have 4 images that cleared QC and are in the Status "Image - ready" when I look at the detail in the images it says they are "Ready (awaiting Alamy’s search engine update)" How long does this process take. It also in my Dashboard it says "Images Not on Sales - Please Keyword" I have placed keywords in all the images. What might I have missed? Thanks Jim
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