KEYWORDS: Some advice needed

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lostinbids
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Posted Mon Jul 14, 2008 8:30AM

I have uploaded some images and they are in the queue.  I am having trouble with the keywords and would love some advice. Here is an example of one of them.



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The keywords I have put in are Adrenaline, Epinepherine, Injection, medical supply, Isolated on white, Emergency, Allergy, Anaphylaxis.  Unfortunately adrenaline is defaulting to exhileration, epinepherine is unkown, Injection to injecting (moving activity), emergency to urgency, and anaphylaxis is unknown.


Does any one have any advice on how I could keyword this one correctly?  I have sitemailed Keywords (5 days ago) but have not heard a response as yet, and understand that Keywords is probably very busy.


thank you in advance Jo


 
slobo
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Posted Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:21AM

That image is likely to be rejected as "not stock". Simple label on a white box is just too simple.


On the other hand, image may be usefull as a generic box, packaging for medications. So, "small, box, medication, packaging ..."

(Edited on 2008-07-14 11:25:42 by slobo)
lostinbids
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Posted Mon Jul 14, 2008 1:04PM

Thanks slobo, I'll add those to the keywords.  Do you know if there is anything I can do about the adrenaline, epinepherine and anaphylaxis?


I guess I'll see whether is passes or fails. It certainly isn't simplist thing that I have had passed, one of my last accepted images was an egg on white


regards jo
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Posted Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:02AM

Just because a word doesn't exist in the CV doesn't mean you can't add it. Anaphyalxis can still be added and if someone searches for it, it will be found, it just wont be translated into other languages. Make sure all of the other text is generic. I can't read it in small size.


Also "isolated", "isolated on white", "white".
lostinbids
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Posted Tue Jul 15, 2008 3:19AM

Hi Dave


Thanks for the reply.  All the text is generic - pre filled syringe is the small text bottom left.


I am just hoping that no one think I am spamming because exhileration comes up instead of adrenaline.


Regards jo
jeangill
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Posted Tue Jul 15, 2008 4:09AM
Posted By lostinbids:

Hi Dave


Thanks for the reply. All the text is generic - pre filled syringe is the small text bottom left.


I am just hoping that no one think I am spamming because exhileration comes up instead of adrenaline.


Regards jo

I don't see that you have an option if you want someone who searches for 'adrenaline' (defaults to exhilerated) to have any chance of finding your image. I just tried it... and obviously got 300 photos of very bouncy people
lostinbids
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Posted Tue Jul 15, 2008 4:53AM

Hi Jean - Only inspectors and admins will find it at the moment, it is in the queue.  Epinepherine produces just 2 results and one is a scorpion?!? I guess I have to see if it passes and if buyers are after that type of thing.  As for the bouncy people, oh well. Jo
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