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"Life's A Beach"

"Life's A Beach"

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Cute!

 

But some important photo posting reminders:


1. Please tag your cookies in the future. (I tagged this one for you and all the others you uploaded today, but only as an example for you.) All the reasons why and how to are here: http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

 

2. Please also avoid mass uploads (uploading more than one cookie at a time) IF the clip sets and tags do not apply to each cookie in the upload. For instance, this was entered in the the Platter clip set and some others that clearly were not relevant, because of the way you uploaded the photos. It's important for clip sets and tags to relate to each photo so that people and search engines can find the photo(s) later.

 

I just want your lovely cookies to be found. Plus, it saves me a TON of time when people fully classify their own images! Thanks so much!

Originally Posted by mtkw:

Thanks Julia.  I must have messed up because I had tagged each, but I will make sure to only upload one at a time in the future. 

You tagged all of them, but they all had the same tags, because if you mass upload, those tags get applied to all the cookies in the upload, It's just that the tags did not all relate to EACH photo. So if you mass upload, you may need to come back in and edit tags to ensure that they make sense for each photo. Or upload one at a time and customize the tags for each as you upload. When photos aren't tagged accurately, then a lot of unrelated stuff comes up in searches, which is what I'm trying to minimize/avoid.

Originally Posted by Julia M. Usher:
Originally Posted by mtkw:

Thanks Julia.  I must have messed up because I had tagged each, but I will make sure to only upload one at a time in the future. 

You tagged all of them, but they all had the same tags, because if you mass upload, those tags get applied to all the cookies in the upload, It's just that the tags did not all relate to EACH photo. So if you mass upload, you may need to come back in and edit tags to ensure that they make sense for each photo. Or upload one at a time and customize the tags for each as you upload. When photos aren't tagged accurately, then a lot of unrelated stuff comes up in searches, which is what I'm trying to minimize/avoid.

Sounds good, Julia.  Sorry for the inconvenience, but thank you for correcting them

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