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    Post Alt tag Help..

    Can anybody tell me that if i optimize a image having Alt tags then is it good way to place keywords or i have to optimize the image with something different description?

    Is it worth to optimize images after the update?

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    Keywords in image alt tags can provide good results. Don't stuff. Make it natural.
    The Old Sarge

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    Yes, you can place keywords in the alt tag just don't stuff it. Stuffing the alt tag with your keywords might do you more harm than good.

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    You going a right way.Image alter tags are used in a website that has good image generation in search engine optimization.That is best i thing.

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    Think simply, friend. You should put keyword in Alt. use any SEO tools to check how many pictures in your site still missing Alt tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry24h View Post
    Think simply, friend. You should put keyword in Alt. use any SEO tools to check how many pictures in your site still missing Alt tags.
    Agree with harry! you should pay attention to ALT tag. you can use woorank.com to check your site SEO. it also show how many pics in your site you should put ALT tag.

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    To be web compliant, images must technically have a description for the blind to read (via braille). The alt tag or even the title tag will help with that. It's about being WC3 compliant.
    It's the Powerbook 5300 fiasco all over again- another product that doesn't work properly!

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    The idea to use ALT attribute is to improve web accessibility, not for really SEO purpose. Search engine treat ALT as replacement of anchor text, those who abuse ALT tag could be hit by penguin algorithm.

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    You can do it as if you are putting meta tags to a webpage. You can include your keyword in the title and description. No need to make it more compelling since it will not be seen by users. It only applies for Search engine spiders.

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    Alt tags are sometimnes seen by users. For instance, the alt tag for an image is displayed when, for whatever reason, the image itself is not displayed. Image alt tags can also be coded to appear on-screen when one mouses over the image. This is useful for captioning, etc., as well as SEO.
    The Old Sarge

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    Describe the contents of an image file using alt tags, majorly for visitors using browsers that cannot display images, or have image display disabled, visually impaired visitors and those visitors who use screen readers.

    Search engines use the information that alt text provides to determine the best image to return for a search query. This is a great way to bring new visitors to your site and it helps to increase your rankings with the search engines.

    Thus, alt attributes are a great place to utilize your keywords and help increase your chances of showing up in image searches.

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    Yes, SEO point of view keyword is useful but it should natural. Title tag is also useful.

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    Insert the keyword into the alt tap good for your keyword improvement.image optimization for alt tag good place for insert your keywords.

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