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How to Name Your Images for SEO

How to Name Your Images for SEO



How to name your images for SEO takes a look at HTML image element, alt attribute, title attribute, width and height attribute and explains what to do and what not to do when naming images for SEO.

This SEO video is for webmasters who want to provide better user experience for their visitors all while achieving higher Google ranking results for their web pages.

These proven search engine optimization strategies for naming images on a web page is created by //www.rankya.com Google SEO expert

Your filename can give Google clues about the subject matter of the image as stated by Google image publishing guidelines located at //support.google.com/webmasters/answer/114016?hl=en

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  1. Great video. Just one quick and important question.

    Should we have to keep all the 3 attributes src , alt, title in the same order like below or can I interchange their positions?

    <img src="filename.jpg" alt ="my file name" title="some title" >

    Can we do something like this as well?

    <img alt ="my file name" title="some title" src="filename.jpg" >

  2. Thanks Tolga for getting back to me by email about the images on my site I have a clearer understanding now after watching your video here.

  3. Hello
    It is good Idea to put images in a separate sub domain to increase the loading speed. SEO point of view, is it good or bad idea to put "optimised images for SEO" in sub domain ?

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