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I found the file is now online so you are all set. To answer your question...
No need to list the word Eagle 3 times. Instead of what you listed in your original post you would have been better off using the following list as your keywords...
In addition, I would have added the following keywords..
Mat - thanks for that! I find I tend to fry up a but on keywords - that was helpful.
Thanks for this guidance, Mat!
Mat, what I am not sure about is, if I Need to repeat words from the title as keywords.
If, for example the title would be "Hiker crossing an alpine pasture", do I Need to put "Hiker", "alpine" and "pasture" also as keywords?
Thank's for your help!
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Yes, for sure you want to add those words as keywords in addition to the title. Especially if they are very important to the image. The system puts a greater emphasis on the first 7 keywords so if they are important, be sure to add them there.
From what I understand, the Adobe Stock search engine does pick up the title words though I don't know at what level of relevance. The Fotolia search engine doesn't read the title at all so it's very important to duplicate the words when appropriate.
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thank you for your prompt and very helpful answer!
Is there a way to edit the list of keywords of already uploaded Images?
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No problem and yes, you can edit the keywords on approved images inside the contributor portal.