Top 40 keyword search queries for last two months at Cutcaster

Here is a list of the top 40 keyword search queries at Cutcaster over the last two months. They show what keywords that any user types into Cutcaster search area when trying to find your photos and vector art.

Top 40 Keyword search terms for stock photos and clip art illustrations at Cutcaster are:

1 photo – Seems sort of obvious!
2 vector
3 calendar – 2010 Calendars are super hot right now.
4 people – Be sure to use this keyword if you have more than one person in your shot.
5 christmas – Tis the season.
6 woman
7 business – We always need fresh business scenes.
8 sport
9 nature
10 person
11 background
12 medical – This is another super hot topic.
13 dog - Be sure to include the breed of dog in your shot in your keywords.
14 girl
15 recreation
16 flower – Scientific names are helpful here.
17 sexy
18 tree - Scientific names are helpful here too!
19 abstract
20 religion
21 food
22 illustration
23 art
24 white
25 sky
26 beach – Let us know where the beach is!
27 isolated
28 color
29 beautiful – All of your shots are beautiful!!!!
30 thanksgiving
31 design
32 detail
33 man
34 landscape
35 flowers
36 halloween
37 green
38 car
39 Water
40 couple

I am going to start to add more info to the site about what keyword searches are taking place. I would love to hear any ideas that you guys have for how we can display this information to you. Are there statistics relating to keyword searches that you want to see? Please let us know by email or in the comments. As always please do not spam your files with these keywords but they will give you a small idea of what people are searching for at Cutcaster.

2 thoughts on “Top 40 keyword search queries for last two months at Cutcaster

  1. Todd

    LOL what is wrong with people? Photo is #1? Calendar #3? No wonder why so many contributors spam their images with these types of keywords.

  2. Bob Davies

    Heya John,
    I’d be very interested in us finding a way to use your search data and picNiche data together to identify underdeveloped markets, if you’re interested please drop me a mail :)
    Cheers
    Bob

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