Your files can be rejected because the incorrect metadata has been added to the resources. In this article you can find some tips to avoid this and also a list of reason for metadata rejections.
TIPS AND EXAMPLES
- The title should not be too long (60 characters max. approx.)
- It cannot contain numbers (i.e. Roll Up Banner 131)
- It must be well redacted coherently in English
- It’s just a short descriptive phrase on the resource without full stops that could give way to alternative titles (i.e. Baby with a nipple. Close up of baby’s hands with pacifier. Focus is on hands)
Example of incorrect titles:
“Portrait of a baby is being bathed by his father using tub at home. Soft tone. Bath time for a cute little new born baby”
Example of correct titles:
“Portrait of a baby being bathed by his father in a tub at home”
“Close up of baby’s hands with pacifier” or “Baby with nipple”
They must be separated by commas.
None of the tags have a # before the word
Maximum we will allow two words in each tag. I.e. “Christmas background”. A tag with more than word is incorrect as each word must be separated by a comma.
Example of an incorrect tag
Latin American and Hispanic Ethnicity (incorrect)
Latin American, Ethnicity (correct)
The following words will be discarded because they are on the vector design or because they give technical details that are not of interest: A4, A3 Eps10, horizontal, or vertical.
REASONS FOR REJECTIONS
1. Title too long/short
The maximum length of a title is of 100 characters.
Sometimes titles can be rejected as too long, even when they do not exceed the 100 characters, because these add redundant information to the resources or a list of keywords is included in the title (remember that the correct procedure is to add these keywords to the tag section, and they must always be relevant to the resource).
Titles too short can also be rejected because they do not describe the resource, or can be too vague or ambiguous.
The title must describe the most importan details about the image in a concise way and in a single sentence. We suggest that you create a title that has between 30 and 100 characters. See example below:
YES. Tropical nature background with hand drawn colored palm leaves
NO. Tropical nature background with hand drawn colored palm leaves. Wild nature background vector
NO. Tropical nature background
2. Wrong title
When a title is wrong and does not make allusions to the designs. The titles have been rejected for containing unnecessary information, whether that is referencing the resource or it is of a technical nature (i.e. EPS10)
For example, those designs that have “Print” in the title or any other title that has nothing to do with the image of the resource.
3. Title contains irrelevant information
The titles are rejected for holding irrelevant information.
I.e. “Cake with polka dots seamless pattern illustration. Pastry and bakery background.”
4. Title must be in proper English
The title must be properly redacted in English
5. Title contains a date or numbers
Those titles on photographs that have the date in which the image was taken. In the case of vectors, we will reject the title if the numbers are irrelevant to the design (i.e. Roll Up Banner 131).
6. Tags have no relation to the image
Tags that have no relation to what is in the design.
i.e. A design of a card with the tags: background, illustration.
7. Tags are irrelevant
A particular design has tags that are not important, although they are related to the design. You can do without them when the tags are present are more relevant and describe the design in question.
i.e. Describe all the chromatic range of the design or all of the elements of this that are not necessary.
8. Tags must be in English
All tags must be in English.
9. Tags range established: 5-50 tags
Each resource must have five tags minimum.