Q: Why no detailed description?
A: Time. I want to get as many identified pictures up as soon as possible. I am using the categories and tags as keywords that show up at the bottom of each page. This will make searching by keywords such as pink, skirt, boots, plaid etc. productive even when I don’t have time to write a full description. If there is a description on barbie.mattel.com or service.mattel.com I will include that.
Q: Why don’t you have keywords for all items in this complete fashion pack or doll and fashion set?
A. Time and organization and avoiding confusing search results. I will add keywords to the complete post only when there is also an individual post for an item. If I have a complete post like Varsity Look Fashion Pack with multiple pieces of Barbie clothes, shoes, and accessories I will add keywords like brown, heels, dress, floral, etc. only for the fashions, shoes or accessories that have their own posts. This helps me keep track of what items in the fashion pack I have individual pictures for and which I still need to find. This also keeps the search results useful. When you search “pink heels” you want to see a bunch of close-up pictures of just pink heels, not a bunch of pictures of fashion packs that you then need to click on and then try to figure out what in that fashion pack you are really looking for. This is especially a problem with some fashion packs where you can’t easily see everything, or doll boxes where you can’t see the shoes at all.
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