Jill Morgan Posted February 18, 2014 Share Posted February 18, 2014 I was searching through Alamy checking where my pictures fall, and was always annoyed at all the pictures that had nothing to do with my search. I was also thinking it would avoid pictures showing up in searches that were irrelevant for that particular search, but would be relevant in a search if under a specific category. For example: I search "white lion". Not only do I get pics of lions, but pubs names white lion, statues of white lions. So these photographers are getting views on a search that is really not relevant to what I was searching for, yet the term is still very relevant to their subject. So this would affect their click through rate, right? But if I could search under animals or nature, then none of the irrelevant photos would show. I know I could add one of those terms in my search, but then I would be eliminating photos that didn't have animal or nature in their keywords. Therefore cutting back on my choices. I know every other stock agency appears to have their photos sorted by category. Why doesn't Alamy? Anyone know? Or should I simply go to the source. Jill Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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