What do you put for a URL on an original photo taken by you for one of your hubs?
I have thought of putting my profile page link or the hub's link in for the URL. If it happens to be picked up as an image by google, shouldn't it actually lead to the hub by simply the photo? Just asking for advice!
If you own the image you don't have to provide a link. (At least that's the way I understand it.) If you're just uploading the image from your computer and it's not located anywhere else there wouldn't be a URL for you to include. Hope this helps!
True, but wouldn't a listing the URL for that hub connect that picture to me and my hub. Since it is mine, it should have a URL that links it to me. Just thinking out loud here...So far I have nothing that wonderful that I want to be "known" for that photo, but you never know!
You don't really need a URL for your personal photos. Just upload them from your computer. Google images will still pick them up with out the URL. Well actually, the URL for Google Images will be the Hub itself.
Not even sure if that made any sense...or maybe it does, only to me.
You get both on Google. The image will appear in Google's images page for your selected keyword and the web page that it is on, will also show up, provided that you SEO your page as directed. You get the best of both worlds.
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