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Title and Keyword Guidelines, Policies and Best Practices

Excellent metadata (titles and keywords) help customers discover your content. We've developed guidelines to help you create the best titles and keywords, and to help you understand how to use metadata that complies with our policies.

Note: To help you in the current period, you can upload your content directly and add a simple Arabic or English title, and the review team at Arabsstock will complete and enter the rest of the appropriate data.

You can do it yourself if you wish by the method and details shown below

Headings and keywords have different purposes and require different approaches. Your titles and keywords must adhere to the guidelines below. Remember that overuse of repetitive words or terms is considered spam in both keywords and titles. Deliberate failure to comply with any of Arabsstock's metadata policies can result in account termination.


Featured titles are unique and detailed. They read it as a sentence or phrase and not like a list of words.

Think of the headline as a news headline and try to answer key questions like: who, what, when, where and why. Be descriptive and use words that express the feeling or mood of the picture.

key words (Tags)

Great keywords should be clear and precise. It relates directly to what is in the picture or clip, either by describing what it shows, or what it might express. The keywords for each of your photos or videos must be designed with precision.



Key Words (Tags)

1. It is preferable to write descriptive phrases or long phrases detailing who, what, when and where.

2. This photo or clip must be unique and distinctive.

3. You have to show details about the corners of the image, the location of the focus, and so on.

4. Avoid long keyword list

5. Avoid repeating words or phrases unnecessarily

6. Avoid writing unspecified titles, or writing one-word titles

7. Avoid typing your username, website links, camera information, or brand names (except as applicable to editorial photos)

1. You must write a list of individual words or terms

2. Up to 50 keywords are allowed

3. It can include themes, feelings, or concepts

4. Avoid irrelevant terms or concepts

5. Avoid repeating words or phrases unnecessarily

6. Avoid using keywords excessively

7. Avoid typing username, website links, camera information, or brand names (except as applicable to editorial photos)


Here are some examples of images with examples of good titles and keywords, as well as examples of unacceptable titles and keywords.
Let's say we have a close-up of oatmeal cookies and chocolate raisins on a plate with colors:


Acceptable: A close-up of chocolate oatmeal, raisin, and cranberry cookies on a plate in warm fall colors with a soft focus in the background.

Not acceptable: cookies (too generic - great titles are detailed)

Not acceptable: Chocolate cookies. Cranberry cookies. Warm cookies. Oatmeal biscuit. (Overuse of repetitive words - spam)

Not acceptable: cookies. biscuit. delicious food. Snack. baked goods (This is a list of keywords. Featured titles should be detailed.)


key words (Tags)

Acceptable: Autumn baked goods, baked goods, brown, chips, chocolate, round, biscuits, cranberry, delicious, depth, dessert, edible, field food, fresh, gourmet, homemade, oats, oatmeal, orange, meal Mild, warm, raisin.

Unacceptable: cookies, chocolate cookies, baked cookies, savory cookies, oat cookies, cranberry cookies, brown cookies, snack cookies, sweet cookies (excessive word repetition - spam)

Not acceptable: cookies, chocolate, business, shape, icon, man, professional (contains irrelevant terms - spam)


Additional Guidelines for Editorial Content and Legacy or Legacy Content

Certain contents have special title requirements.

Documentaries and illustrations:
City, state/country where the photo was taken
Month, day, year or month/year i.e. the date when the photo was taken
A factual description of the image content, including what the image depicts and the name of the depicted product in the case of illustrations