How to do image optimization?

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #10 on: 01-02-2012, 02:10:19 »
In my perspective picture seo is nothing but you can boost your photo for particular conditions, so that it will appear top for some concern at images.Google.com. To be able to do this you can use your conditions in "alt" meta information but moreover it should be appropriate to that photo.
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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #11 on: 01-02-2012, 02:34:56 »
first choose a popular picture ( if you want to find a pic pls try google image search )
for example : search "cat" take a first photo and save it , it would be cat.jpg alt="cat picture" title="cat image"
in code <img src="http://yoursite.com/cat.jpg alt="cat picture" title="cat image" />

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #12 on: 01-09-2012, 02:06:06 »
Image optimization is the process of compressing and optimizing images so as to make them easily readable by the search engines. A few tips to that:
- Add Alt tag with your images
- Optimize the size of images
- Add an image sitemap to your website
- Use thumbnails
- Do away with any extra white space
- Make sure you use GIF for animations, JPEG for multi-coloured photos and PNG for icons and backgrounds.

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #13 on: 01-09-2012, 06:14:40 »
Image should be named properly and height width of image should be specified.

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #14 on: 01-10-2012, 00:08:14 »
In my view image optimization is nothing but you can boost your picture for particular conditions, so that it will appear top for some question at images.Google.com. To be able to do this you can use your conditions in "alt" meta data but moreover it should be appropriate to that picture.
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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #15 on: 01-10-2012, 23:18:38 »
Almost all website and webpage use picture as qualifications.Some use few and some use many. Boost pictures simply mean that make picture dimension become lesser and the quality of the picture is still good.Graphics seo is key for quick website screen.The more optimize picture, the more quickly website can fill.
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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #16 on: 01-23-2012, 04:21:39 »
The key steps of a Search Engine Optimization campaign are image optimization and on-page optimization. With the growing use of Search Engines, it is becoming quite difficult to achieve a decent  ranking in the search results. A quality content is no longer the only factor to get a higher ranking.

Though it still holds its own relevance but there are many other factors that contribute to get a position at the top. On-page optimization is one such factor that plays a very important role. You can also create an exclusive image and take screenshots.

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #17 on: 01-24-2012, 23:21:24 »
If your website has a lot of images, you need to boost them, but also because they can not study the google. You should use alt tag for that images and should make a appropriate name that determine the image exactly.

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #18 on: 07-04-2012, 05:44:50 »
Hi Friends,

Some Important Image Optimization Elements

1. Alt Text: ALT text or alt text is the text to describe your image when moving the mouse over an image on your web page. The text should be meaningful, but short-lived. You can use your relevant keywords as ALT text. If your browser can not display the photo for any reason, the alt text is used instead of the image.

2. Filename: always use meaningful file name for your images, use names like "apple ipad-cover.jpg" instead of saying "DSC24045.jpg". Keep the image file name identical or similar to ALT text.

3. Image Name: Always use the title tag of the images that appear in the title tool tip when the user moves the mouse over the image. Example of a tag title picture: [img src = alt "http://imagelocation.jpg" = "Description of the image" title = "Image Name"]* Link the image: Whenever you want to link to your image, using keywords in the text of the image link. Example: use "screen Apple iPad" instead of "Click here to see" as anchor text.

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Re: How to do image optimization?
« Reply #19 on: 07-05-2012, 01:35:43 »
Some Important Image Optimization Elements:

* Alt Text: ALT text or alt text is the text to describe your image when moving the mouse over an image on your web page. The text should be meaningful, but short-lived. You can use your relevant keywords as ALT text. If your browser can not display the photo for any reason, the alt text is used instead of the image.

* Filename: always use meaningful file name for your images, use names like "apple ipad-cover.jpg" instead of saying "DSC24045.jpg". Keep the image file name identical or similar to ALT text.

* Image Name: Always use the title tag of the images that appear in the title tool tip when the user moves the mouse over the image. Example of a tag title picture: [img src = alt "http://imagelocation.jpg" = "Description of the image" title = "Image Name"]* Link the image: Whenever you want to link to your image, using keywords in the text of the image link. Example: use "screen Apple iPad" instead of "Click here to see" as anchor text.
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