Using "Titles" With Your Web Links & Images
Using "Title Tags" for your web links & images is an arsenal many companies fail to utilize. These tags will help search engines to navigate through your information. In the last topic we talked about Meta Tags within your web site source code. We also discussed how important it is to use the same words in your content that you included within your meta tags. Another tip for your to complete your web page optimization is to include title tags for your relevant images. Title Tags For Your Images: It's well known that more and more people are now searching "Goggles Image Search Engine" People love to find images, why not help them find the images related to your business? Let's say you sell cars, wouldn't it be nice to have all your cars listed online found within that "Goggles Image Search Engine"? This feature will allow more people to find your web site. Tip #1 When Utilizing Titles On Your Images: Creating titles or utilizing the "Alt" command as we say will let a search engine know what the image is about. Like mentioned before, search engines are nothing more than robots going through your web site. They don't stop to look at your images, they only see the code. Providing a title or Alt command for your image will allow the search engine to know what the image is all about which will increase your web sites content relevancy. Tip #2 When Considering Image Links: When using an image for a web link to another page, give your image a name that is meaning full to your service or product. Ex. Well use this image below that will link to this page! Using Title Tags
1. I've linked the image button to this page called "Using Title Tags"
2. I've named the image button "using_title_tags.gif"
3. The title of the image is: "Using Title Tags" All of these steps will let the search engines know exactly what the image is about! Yes, I agree all these steps seem like a lot of work but in the end, when your sales are up, you won't be thinking about how much work it took but how successful you have become. Notice how all these steps have given 3 "Key Phrases" for search engines to look at to determine the meaning of the image. 1. ( a href= ) - The web link command to another page 2. ( img src= ) - Where to find the image and what it's called 3. ( alt= ) - The title of the image ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Let's recap what you've learned so far. - Search Engines are robots that look for "Meta Tags" & "Web Page Content" - Meta Tags include: 1) Title, 2) Description, 3) Keywords - Make sure your Meta Tags describe your web page content - Add a relevant Title to your web links - Add a relevant "Alt Title" to your images for more visitors
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