Ron Emmons Posted February 14, 2018 Share Posted February 14, 2018 Am I right in thinking that in order for an image to be 'discoverable', it needs to have 10 supertags and 50 keywords? This is what I deduce from taking a few images of 'poor discoverability' and trying to make them 'discoverable'. This seems crazy to me, as it means I'm searching for progressively less relevant keywords in order to make the magic switch from orange to green, though the addition of these almost irrelevant keywords seems to add nothing to the image's discoverability to me. It's also ridiculously time-consuming. Am I alone in thinking this way? Can anyone persuade me why I should spend countless hours adding vaguely relevant tags to my images? Or should we be trying to get Alamy to re-think its criteria for discoverability? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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