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    A Few Tips of SEO

    # Optimising your alt text
    Making sure your images are optimised is easy and an essential part of basic search engine optimisation.
    # Different types of spam
    There are many types of spam, cloaking, hidden text, keyword stuffing, blog spamming the list is endless. I have noted down a few of the most prolific ones for reference
    # Long term SEO
    Once you have optimised your site and have improved the rankings on a few search terms this is the time to plan your on going optimisation campaign!

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    The two points you have mentioned are concerned with the On page optimization factors and they still are important parts of web page optimization. But for main rankings in the search engines, links are required and good links from high quality sources.

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    Below are few tips for photos or wallpapers sites:

    Optimizing for Image Search

    1. Give the file a name that clearly represents what the image is. This will help communicate what keywords you are optimizing for with the search engines. Ex. Your picture is of a vacation home on the beach. Name it “vacation beach house.” This is a much better option than a filename like IMG 12345.
    2. For the image description tag you will want to use a long description. In the world of SEO, it may be referred to as a “long-tail keyword.” Ex. “3 bedroom vacation beach house in New York.”
    3. When you “tag” the photo, make sure your tags/keywords match exactly what the product is or image is representing.
    4. Apply short descriptions to ALT tags. Ex. “beach house at Jones Beach.”
    5. Save your photos as JPG files.
    6. Try making the image path as uncomplicated and short as possible. An example of a good path would be www.examplesite.com/vacation-house. An example of a bad path would be http://www.examplesite.com/pictures/...vacation-house.
    7. Be sure the file folder that stores your images is not blocked by the robots.txt file.
    8. Page content surrounding the image is a must!
    9. Do not add “click to see larger image” within the JavaScript link. This limits what the search engines can access and is a common mistake.
    10. Experiment by re-uploading the picture. Image freshness is a clue for the search engines and may affect relevancy.

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    hi

    Hi Robdale, you have given interesting tips.... It's nice.. keeep it up... thanks for your sharing......

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    5. Save your photos as JPG files.
    Any other recommended formats for the saving?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
    Making sure your images are optimised is easy and an essential part of basic search engine optimisation.
    You can use alt attribute to optimize your images. It would be little bit description along with your keyword in alt attribute which will describe about your image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~ServerPoint~ View Post
    Any other recommended formats for the saving?
    You can save them in .Gif format too. BMP and PNG would take more space and can hammer your server speed.

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    Hello

    Great Tips. Thanks for sharing this informative information. I have got lot of information from this thread. Please keep sharing more and more tips........

    Thanks
    Have a nice time ahead

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    Hi.

    Nice informative tips. Can anyone know the difference between on page and off page optimization?
    How it works? Thanks for your any input.
    Last edited by bridgetbruston; 12-03-2009 at 11:19 PM.

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    On page aims at the code of your website,off page optimization doesn't refer codes,you can use many methods to do it.such as social bookmarking,forum posting and so on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marky View Post
    There are many types of spam, cloaking, hidden text, keyword stuffing, blog spamming the list is endless. I have noted down a few of the most prolific ones for reference
    You'll have higher chances that Google and other search engines penalize or worse ban your site if your gonna participate on these techniques. Most of these techniques belongs to black hat SEO.

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    I think you must not join any of the black hat seo, as it is just wastage of time and money, Google will come up with a plan for these techniques in future, then all your investments will be dead.

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    good tips but I would stay away from stuff like hidden text.

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    Hello

    Thanks for sharing these tips. These tips are very useful.
    Keep share more and more information.

    Thanks
    Have a nice time ahead

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    Hi Robdale great tips thanks for sharing

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