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Don't bother. There are multiple threads about this and the conclusion is always to just put what is actually in the image. Discoverability is a dead end and can hurt you. Search the forum.

 

Paulette

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focus on your captions, your keywords and your tags.  

 

having half your image captioned as "Image of Bahia Honda state park grounds and waterways in Florida", without actually describing the image content will make sure your images are not discovered even with a green light,

 

 

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If my image is very complex, it has a few more tags. If it is simple, it requires few. Don’t make the mistake of putting unimportant tags in. For instance, you have a kiddie ride in a play park with children, that is the subject. Tag it well. The tree far in the background? Don’t tag “oak tree” because anyone searching for an oak tree wants it to be the main subject.
I made those mistakes and it’s a bother to have to go back and take those out so the image won’t get false hits which brings your CTR down.

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Also...

 

https://www.alamy.com/blog/captions-and-tags?utm_campaign=1921875_Blog update - April 2021&utm_medium=email&utm_source=contributoremail&dm_i=2SWW,156XF,12IMQ4,4EQ47,1

 

https://www.alamy.com/blog/captions-and-tags

 

https://www.alamy.com/blog/introducing-the-new-alamy-image-manager

 

It would however be remis to not mention that with 31 images you don't have many images to find and that is the real problem.

 

Also 2GN232A  whilst a treasure is neither Mark Twain or Ben Franklin.

 

stay safe.

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