5 Ways to Optimize Photos in Search Engines

One of the best ways to get traffic for your photography, it needs to appear photos on the search engines. If a photographer get success to show  and share his/her photography on the search engine,

Search engine scan your photos with HTML codes. Photographers need some technical knowledge about search optimization process. You can easily optimize your photos on the search engine by applying some useful techniques. In this article, we are presenting some useful tips to optimize photos on search engine for professional photographers.

Pick an Appropriate Image

Select an Appropriate Image

You need to select an appropriate image that relate with the  topic and theme of the website. Do proper research on image selection and content of photography.

Select Correct Name of Photo

Think Over File Names of Your Photos

When you want to upload photos on the web, try to write correct name according to the photo. Usually, camera saves the photos with some specific names like FV00001.jpg but you need to give a proper name for better search optimization process.

Use the Proper Format

Use the Proper Format

JPEG (JPG) is a good and useful format for online optimization.  Mostly cameras use this format as a default. You use a proper format of photo that can easily upload on the web browser.

Apply Alt Text

Use the Alt Attribute

Alt text is used to make the photo accessible on the internet. This name is used for reorganization of photo in the search engine. Use a valuable alt text that is searchable by mostly persons.

Image File Size

Resize an Image Size

Resize large photos before uploading on the website. Large size photos create difficulties for viewers to visit and download them. Usually people use 25k size for uploading of photos.

Use Captions

Use Captions

Caption is another tool to show photos on search engines. It is used on photo blogs for easily online access of photos on search engines. Small captions allow the visitors to explore photos rather then read the full article.

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