Course Bonus: How To Label A Photo On Your Website
Organic SEO is super valuable when it comes to your website.
One the simplest ways to gain that organic SEO is to label your photos!
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The following video is part of my website training in the following courses:
Build A Better Website and The Art of Good Business.
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Remember, the most important photo fields to address are:
- Alternate Text
One more Bonus Tip:
Additionally, you should address whether you want photos to open in a new window, or open as an attachment, or open as a media file, or “none”, meaning when a viewer clicks on the photo it doesn’t link to anything.
I don’t recommend you have a photo open without setting it as a “new window” because you may increase your bounce rate! If I click on a photo and then have to find the “back” button in order to get to the previous page, I may just hit “X” and get outta there! If it opens in a new window, then I still have the previous screen already open!
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