I'm assuming putting a Title on a picture has a greater effect in google rankings than the remarkss underneath the picture. Is that correct? And both do have search engine potential?
I'm no expert on seo, but I do know that search engines don't "do" images, they want text, and text that use your keywords is best whether in the title or beneath.
Unfortunately, Google does "do" images. And it sucks. I have one hub that gets most of its traffic from Google Images. Problem is, those folks are looking for photos and are not going to click on or buy a darn thing.
by Nell Rose 3 years ago
I have checked a few of my articles over the course of a week, not all of them but most of the popular ones, and I noticed that when I put them in Google search they only show up through another link such as Pinterest or Twitter. They seem to have totally disappeared apart from that. Any help you...
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by LucidDreams 13 months ago
They are just driving home the point that user experience and quality is point one!http://www.eddale.co/google/beware-google-bearing-gifts
by Oyewole Folarin 7 years ago
I noticed that 98% of my hub organic traffic is from google, why not from other search engines, specifically yahoo search engine and bing?
by Oyewole Folarin 4 years ago
Despite yahoo efforts to be of course the top search engine in world, Google continue to rule. While queries through yahoo search usually has a lower bounce rate, that from Google from my own experience has a bit high bounce rate.
by Christin Sander 4 years ago
I know, we should write for both and I do, but the majority of my traffic comes from social media and lately I've stopped honestly caring about trying to figure out what Google wants. My highest ranking hubs for example do exceptionally well on Pinterest, FB etc. and get little to no Google...
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