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Most common tags used for furry artwork (no porn though)

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ADogboi

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As the title says, list what do u think are the most common tags furry artists put on their artwork. It can be literally anything buuuttt....

It cannot be related for furry porn stuff.
 

Katriel

Well-Known Member
male female fursona

Apparently you can check how often a tag pops up out of total documents if you search by it, so if you want to check a tag's absolute frequency that sounds helpful. Not sure if it factors in filtered out ratings from the overall count though.
 

shapeless0ne

it's a moth! it a dragon! no, it's a avali boi!
... canine
 

shapeless0ne

it's a moth! it a dragon! no, it's a avali boi!
....hybrid (aka a fox with dragon wings)
 

shapeless0ne

it's a moth! it a dragon! no, it's a avali boi!
and male.
 
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ADogboi

Guest
You are going to ask about the most popular tags, except for the top 90% most popular tags? Seriously?

Gee I have no idea what's possibly the motivation for this :V

For more views of course!

But no seriously, its hard for clean artists to get noticed. And I'm sure there r others in my position too.
 
But no seriously, its hard for clean artists to get noticed. And I'm sure there r others in my position too.
This is very true.
I would think just typing the colors you see on the art as tags would work somehow, ye know like pink, blue, gold, green. Also any adjectives to describe it; angry, happy, smile, hungry, nomnomnom
 

Katriel

Well-Known Member
Hmm, if that's your purpose, also think about what searches you want to pick up. If you are doing a type of art that is less common, but people are interested in it, being one of 17 results that pop up is more useful than being one of 17000 of a super-common keyword.

Figuring out what people are searching for that doesn't have results is a different kind of tricky though. I'd try running some searches for art you feel fits your style, and see what searches that make sense (and that you would naturally type while looking for art) seem like good candidates for tagging ... or run searches on your tags, and see if they find the kind of content you want to show off.

Also, pay attention to what favorites seem to have come from someone running a search. If you really want to search engine optimize, might be something you can capitalize on there.
 
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