Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), a leading global provider of commercial digital imagery, announced today the launch of a new tool called Keyword Suggestions. Powered by search and purchase data from Shutterstock's 750,000 customers and 300 million downloads, the new tool suggests keywords based on similar images within the collection.
Innovating on behalf of contributors is a priority for the company, and Keyword Suggestions reduces the time contributors need to spend creating keywords. VP of Content, Scott Braut remarks, "We're constantly looking at ways to improve the contributor experience and submission process. With Keyword Suggestions, artists can spend more time creating imagery and less time keywording."
Customers will also benefit from Keyword Suggestions. "Image based keywording is a major step in improving the discoverability of our content," said VP Product Wyatt Jenkins. "It makes it easier for our users to find relevant images quickly."
The Keyword Suggestions tool is integrated into the Shutterstock Content Editor and can be used seamlessly with other programs like Adobe's Lightroom, Photoshop and Bridge, making it a natural addition to the submission workflow.
About Shutterstock, Inc.
Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), is a leading global provider of high-quality licensed photographs, vectors, illustrations, videos and music to businesses, marketing agencies and media organizations around the world. Working with its growing community of over 70,000 contributors, Shutterstock adds hundreds of thousands of images each week, and currently has more than 50 million images and 2 million video clips available.
Headquartered in New York City, with offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, Chicago, Denver, London, Los Angeles, Montreal, Paris and San Francisco, Shutterstock has customers in more than 150 countries. The company also owns Bigstock, a value-oriented stock media provider; Offset, a high-end image collection; PremiumBeat a curated royalty-free music library; Rex Features, a premier source of editorial images for the world's media; Skillfeed, an online marketplace for learning; and WebDAM, a cloud-based digital asset management service for businesses.