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image optimization
« on: 08-23-2015, 17:12:30 »
hi,
how would you optimize an article with 10 images?? should i include my keyword in all the images titles and alt tags?
also is it safe to have the same title and alt tag for a given image?


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Re: image optimization
« Reply #1 on: 09-22-2015, 22:47:08 »
You should always include both titles and alt tags to every image you can.
Yes, it's save when every image has same text in alt and tile. Just write short relevant description.

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Re: image optimization
« Reply #2 on: 09-23-2015, 00:13:12 »
hi,
how would you optimize an article with 10 images?? should i include my keyword in all the images titles and alt tags?
also is it safe to have the same title and alt tag for a given image?

Give a proper alt tag for your image, Don't stuff your image alt tag with keywords.

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Re: image optimization
« Reply #3 on: 09-23-2015, 00:21:35 »
Image Optimization in which you used the alt attribute which is used to show the Image in the different browsers. Some of the tip which helpful while you do image optimization-
1. Name Your Images Descriptively and in Plain English
2. Optimize Your Alt Tags Intelligently
3. Strategics Your Image Dimensions and Product Angles
4. Reduce the File Sizes of Your Images
5. Know Which Image File Type to Use for the Right Situations
6. To Know How To Handle Your Thumbnails

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Re: image optimization
« Reply #4 on: 10-16-2015, 05:35:02 »
Its are different types of views Optimize Your Alt Tags Intelligently, Reduce the File Sizes of Your Images, Know How To Handle Your Thumbnails,Use Image Site Maps, Beware of Your Decorative Images, Test Your Images, Further Learning.


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Re: image optimization
« Reply #5 on: 10-18-2015, 23:11:08 »
I don't think it is right way to optimizing 10 images with a single article....If you are optimizing with 10 images so you only need to set their title and anchoring for 2-3 images only not all....If you optimize all so it is not right way...You can optimize 2-3 Images per article which will be beneficial for you.....
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Re: image optimization
« Reply #6 on: 06-25-2016, 02:08:05 »
On-page Optimization and Image optimization are the basic steps for your SEO campaign. As the search engines are getting smarter and more intelligent, the process of achieving a good search ranking is getting more complex. Now it takes much more than just quality content to get to the top. There are many factors that contribute to showing up well in search engine rankings, one of the most important of them is the on page optimization.
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Re: image optimization
« Reply #7 on: 06-28-2016, 22:21:04 »
You should always include both titles and alt tags to every image you can.
Yes, it's save when every image has same text in alt and tile. Just write short relevant description.
definitely it safe and you can do this without any hesitation
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Re: image optimization
« Reply #8 on: 06-29-2016, 00:01:11 »
Image optimization is using the most compressed (smallest file size) yet visually acceptable image in the proper file format for the specific role of the image. There are two immediately prevalent reasons for image optimization: download time and bandwidth used. These may seem interrelated, but they are important for different reasons. Hardware storage space is a third reason that many only really apply in some cases.


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Re: image optimization
« Reply #9 on: 07-04-2016, 01:18:10 »
Image optimization boils down to two criteria: optimizing the number of bytes used to encode each image pixel, and optimizing the total number of pixels: the filesize of the image is simply the total number of pixels times the number of bytes used to encode each pixel.

 

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