for oscar you are quite intelligent, you know ,lol. seriously, very helpful article. and yes i do err many time esp when i have a lot to upload. i tend to rush my keywords to get them all submitted. when in fact, speed is the least vital here. as you said, without proper keywords, you may as well not bother submitting your work. they won't be found.
I think you are so right...when I review my keywords, I do find that I miss the "obvious", and say "what a silly fool" just like you:) I also suggest reviewing, on a periodic basis, all images that have few or no views, and to re-look at the title and description as well as the keywords. Some changes might help.
Keywords are key to success; it's a good idea to have a check list and to review the words sometimes, although I guess the post-reviewing bit gets harder the more uploads you have; better do a thorough job to start with.
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