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If you want to up your SEO game, you need to learn how to do image name SEO to get ahead of your competitors because, spoiler alert, they're probably not doing it right. Google image SEO is a bonus benefit of this super easy SEO strategy. Google can read the image file name on all of the images you use on your website or blog. When you optimize those names, it makes it easier for you to rank!
When creating images for your website or blog, you want to use your keyword in the file names. Take a minute and change the numerical code to words. It’s that easy. There are some best practices for image file naming, so let’s review that quickly so that you know what to do on your website or blog.
Optimizing your file names for SEO can help Google better understand your website page or blog post. It’s one more signal to Google that you have this content. Spending a few minutes renaming and optimizing your image files can help your overall SEO results.
If you're wondering if you need to change all the names on your website or blog photos you've published previously, it's up to you. Yes, it can benefit you, but it can also be a very time-consuming project. If you want to have the most SEO impact possible, you'll want to rename them. If you feel the project is too big, start from here and optimize everything new from here forward.
Request a copy of my free SEO Content Quick Start Guide; it will walk you through how to do image name SEO and everything else you need to do to rank higher on Googe.
Then, take my free class and learn how to supercharge your content with SEO to get more traffic and better-quality leads without buying ads.