Hope you have read my previous articles about IDM manual cracking, Best chrome browser available, Entire Wikipedia free download, integrate windows and android for free etc., Now, i’m going to post about the topic, which has been an all time doubt for many people who are hosting many websites, but still cant be able to show up in G search and other searches.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR IMAGES TO SHOW UP IN SEARCH ENGINE IMAGE SEARCH?
✔ If you tried all the keywords in your posts and still can’t get any page views?
✔ Even if you get page views, your site would not be in G image search.
✔ Cant get enough audience on the whole.?
✔ Gradual decrease in ad sense or any income amount.?
Here is the remedy..
The main important thing for your images to show up in Google image search or any other image search is adding alt text.
STEPS TO ADD ALT TEXT IN POSTS:
Login to your blogger and click new post to post on any new topic.
Click the image button and upload the relevant image file.
Then click on the image and click properties.
You’ll see something like shown above. Add text in ALT text to display the text when you keep the mouse pointer over the image as shown below.
Save the post or publish it after completing the creation of the post.
That’s it.! if you’ve given unique keyword to it, it will be available for viewing in Google image search.
If you feel this is hard, You can add the script given below. For it, first go to blogger-> template-> edit HTML.
Now find </body>[by pressing Ctrl + F ] in the template.
That’s it.! This automatically creates a ALT text.
As our site is copy protected get it from here (size- <1 KB only.!).
” Be noticed that the ALT text will be created according to the name by which you uploaded the image. If your image name is like screenshot_1, it’ll be the same. So change it to the name relevant to the post, before uploading.”
<!–auto alt creator script start–>
var $img = $(this);
var filename = $img.attr(‘src’)
$img.attr(‘title’, filename.substring((filename.lastIndexOf(‘/’))+1, filename.lastIndexOf(‘.’)));
$img.attr(‘alt’, filename.substring((filename.lastIndexOf(‘/’))+1, filename.lastIndexOf(‘.’)));
<!–auto alt creator script end–>