chrumu Posted March 7, 2017 Share Posted March 7, 2017 Found this out by chance when I revisited some old pictures from Bruxelles of the church Notre-Dame du Sablon. The Dutch name of that church is Onze-Lieve-Vrouw ten Zavel. One single tag. Five words. Five? Looks like Alamy counts it as one word if you concatenate two words with a dash. And dashes are ignored by the search engine; notre-dame and notre dame have the same number of search results. So, just use a dash if you think you absolutely need a more than 4 words long tag. Problem solved. Caveat: The Alamy search engine currently ignores dashes. This might change in the future. Also, it is not known how dashes are treated by distributors' search engines. Christoph Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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