Thursday, August 28, 2008

How I get Thousand Visits by optimizing Images!

Firstly, you put images in your post as it is relevant to your article. Besides, a post with a picture is way pleasing to read than an article without one. Searchbots will crawl your page, unless you’re page is not indexed, so when someone does an image search a 20 and plus words will be shown beneath it. So make sure you have mentioned your keywords around your image so that crawlers will pick it up, whether above the image or below it.

Second. Try to rename your image as what it purports to be. So if you have a picture of Shounn Cabacci (me) on your post, then you should avoid it getting named as image050.jpg but shounncabacci.jpg, or similar. It surely helps in search ranks.


Third. Insert keywords in the alt ext in the code of your image. This is the most effective image optimization of all. Insert relevant keywords or phrase in the code for your image file. Here’s an example:


  • Alt keywords/phrase here”>

Fourth. As I was saying earlier and surely you know about this, that a picture speaks a million words and having one on your blog article will increase the chances of visitors to stop by on your page and read it. Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that you can “pirate” pictures from the current google image searches and use it. Use it to your advantage, just don’t overdo it. Adding images should be relevant to your topic. No need to explain it because it’s SEX, that is self-explanatory. Haha



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Okay let me do this little experiment...


This is a picture of money. Hmm. How i wish i have more than this:



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That’s all folks!

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4 comments:

shounn said...

omg, what's happening to the first paragraph? not again....hhuhu

Rod said...

I agree using images is a good idea. I just keep forgetting to put in the alt tags lol! Note to self: must do better...

I'd be a bit careful about pirating other people's images though - you could fall foul of copyright issues. Rather use ones that are freely available.

Rod said...

PS: I had a quick look at your page source - are you writing your post in MS Word, then copying and pasting it to your blog - there's some weird-looking styles and stuff in there? I've had problems in the past with this. Rather write in plain text, or copy from Word and paste into a plain text editor (Notepad etc), then copy this and paste to your blog. Don't know if this'll fix it, but can't hurt anyway...

shounn said...

yeap, but i did not get same prob before i changed my lay out....and now the red color of the font is turning blue (rec comments and etc)... jajaja not much expert with these stuffs...SEO included...