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rjcolby

rjcolby

Grand Junction, United States

Want to Explore Writing?

Lamenting the loss of the Explore page? Well it is not really gone … in the sense of having the ability to access those Explore search features that I enjoyed, such as “recent photography” or “recent writing”.
Search for “recent photography”, ( type that minus the quotes into the search box and hit enter).
Note at the upper right of that display of photo images the three buttons: Featured, Recent and Popular, with the last being a “drop down” with three options: 7 Days, 30 Days and All Time Popular. Pressing any of those buttons initiates a search placing the search keywords into the search box:

featured photography
recent photography
popular_7 photography
popular_30 photography
popular photography

What about Writers"? Search for recent writing, and I know some who make a habit of finding recent and unknown writers to leave comments give them a welcome boost into this Bubble world.
First thing I notice the the absence of those three little buttons that photography and the other “saleable art” has. Well never mind. The search words still work for the writing as well. Just substitute “writing” for “photography” in the above list, giving:

featured writing
recent writing
popular_7 writing
popular_30 writing
popular writing

as the search keys for general writing searches. The reason for checking photography first was to discover the RB search engine lingo. Such as, if you want the all time popular of writing, you do not search for all time popular, but just popular.

The RB search engine seems very powerful and somewhat more important than ever before. That makes the use of good keyword tags in your various works even more important. That is how outsiders are going to find you and your work. What are “good” keywords? I don’t know, but I think by looking at keywords used by those you “follow” you should begin to develop ideas.

“F.A. Moore”http://www.redbubble.com/people/frannieann wrote a great pictorial journal entry on where you might find things within the new format.
Good hunting…
Dick Colby

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