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2 hours ago, tarsierspectral said:

I know what cherry tomato is. What I said is that from your keywords it’s hard to tell that cherry implies cherry tomato. If you had “Cherry tomato” in the title then it would be clearer.  I bet that image shows up when one searches for “cherry” which is wrong. 

But having said all that, who cares if it’s a cherry tomato or some other kind of tomato since you can’t even tell from the photo.  

Agree totally with that.

It's totally irrelevant to this particular image, but you need to put commas to keep phrases together when you're keywording, e.g. cherry tomato.

To emphasise, in this image, it's irrelevant that the tomato might be organic, heritage or cherry. Though for a different sort of image, heritage tomato, could perhaps be appropriate/relevant.

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41 minutes ago, Cryptoprocta said:

Agree totally with that.

It's totally irrelevant to this particular image, but you need to put commas to keep phrases together when you're keywording, e.g. cherry tomato.

To emphasise, in this image, it's irrelevant that the tomato might be organic, heritage or cherry. Though for a different sort of image, heritage tomato, could perhaps be appropriate/relevant.

I wrote in the beginning that I know about my problem with the keywords.
Already edited these pictures. Thank you!

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