Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Image Alt Role in seo

Because search engines can’t read images, you need to use alt tags to help describe your image.

If you have an image of the Golden Gate Bridge during a foggy day, your alt tag should read something like this:

Alt=”Golden Gate Bridge covered by fog”

Here is what the full image code should look like:

<img src="" alt=”Golden Gate Bridge covered by fog” />

The key to creating good alt tags consists of three points:

Image needs a proper description, without keyword stuffing.
It should be keyword rich.
It needs to be short and to the point.

How to Optimize Images for Better Search Engine Rankings

Neil Patel says about image optimization

You are already optimizing your site for search engines, right? But I bet you aren’t optimizing your images for search traffic!

I know, Google image search only gets a half a percent of Google’s overall traffic. But due to blended search results, images actually get a lot more traffic than that half a percent.

Unlike before, when you search for terms like “golden gate bridge” now, you actually see images of the Golden Gate Bridge on the search listings page. For this reason, it’s important to optimize your images for search engines.

Here’s how you can make your images search engine friendly:

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