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Can i put a lot of keywords in the “Image ALT Text”,who ever did this kind of stuff?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by inmatrix, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. inmatrix

    inmatrix Registered Member

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    Its so difficult put these keywords into the article.


    Somebody say it's forbidden by Google.I want to know who ever did this,how about the result?:)
     
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    If it's so hard to put in article, how do they have monthly search !

    If people write it in google search, then you can at least put them in title, url and h1 tag which is more than enough in most cases
     
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    Don't keyword stuff alt text. It's just as bad as stuffing content. It just doesn't work and can actually be a negative signal.
     
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    Make the alt text look natural or it'll raise flags.
     
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    Be natural. Don't do anything like it in your site,If you do not want to kick from search engines. Keyword stuffing is not a good way to increase your search engine visibility. It's harmful for your site. :)
     
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  7. inmatrix

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    Then if I just use the same one keyword in the every "Image ALT Text" of pictures of my blog?
     
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    I agree, be natural. But having relevant keywords in alt text is a fundamental part of on site SEO. Don't stuff, but let the search engines know what you're targeting, for sure.
     
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    ranksonic Junior Member Premium Member

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    Using the same one keyword does not right. Everything overwhelming isn't good for Google. Try to be natural and creative.
     
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    Yeah I think the best way to go about keywords is to fit them in naturally. Just make a normal website about something you like doing and the ranking will come naturally. (with some effort, of course).
     
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    I think it is good to use the related keyword than using the same. It looks natural.
     
  12. breck

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    Use related keywords, but not too many!

    If you spam Google in any way, it will penalize you. I'm talking from recent experiences. :/
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I've honestly just been putting the primary keywords of my articles in the alt text, title, and description by themselves for the past 2 years, although this is just a bad habit and you should make it look natural by providing a description of the picture with your keyword in it.
     
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