Tag: Image SEO
The Secret To SEO
There is none. The truth is, SEO is not that complicated. Like everything else in life, there are in-depth tweaks that will aid in fine-tuning your SEO strategy. However, about 90% of the time, it’s just a process of putting out good content on a regular basis, doing what feels right, and testing to figure out what works and what doesn’t. With this being said, beware of companies who say that they have “inside knowledge” or something that “nobody knows about”. Instead, focus your efforts on giving readers something worthwhile and make your content feel like a natural extension of your business.
Last November, we created a post showing you how to optimize your images for the web. One of the steps was to compress all JPEG image files to smaller sizes – that way they wouldn’t have such a drain on your website’s load time. Today we’re going to discuss a couple of easy ways anyone can easily do just that.
Alternate attributes, commonly called “Alt” tags, are used to provide information about web images. These tags aren’t required for the image to render properly but they are a good idea because they can be a key part of optimizing images for the web. Alt tags are simple text snippets added to image src placements in an HTML document.
Images are all over the web. They can be easy to take for granted, but without images the internet would be no different from an Encyclopedia. Images can be an amazing tool for any website – as long as they’re properly optimized and implemented. With this in mind, let’s walk through 5 of the most important aspects of optimizing your images for the web.