Imagine two domains named for a non-celebrity someone FirstMiddleLast-dot-com and FirstMiddleLast-dot-org. The last name is uncommon. Let's call him George Ringo Wyckoff. The two domains, GeorgeRingoWyckoff .com and .org versions, built with WordPress, are ranked #1 and #2 in the regular SERPs on Bing. Each website is filled with dozens of unique different actual images of "George" and each image has descriptive unique alt tags related to "George". The images aren't appearing in Bing searches for George Ringo Wyckoff or, without his middle name, George Wyckoff. How can I expedite getting images indexed on BING so that when one clicks the Images tab after searching, there are many of the new actual pictures of George? Is image size a factor? They're big, many over 2000 pixels on the long side. Should I downsize the images and add links on the pages to optional larger versions? Provide multiple versions of the images from thumbnail to huge? The dot-com site is on the first page of Google SERPs and 3 of the 6 thumbnail photos at the top of the SERPs are from it. I'd eventually like my images to occupy all 6 thumbnails. The dot-org is high on the second page of Google SERPs, so something is right. On the images listing for Google, there are many images, but far from all, from my two sites. There are many images of people who have nothing to do with "George", but it would seem that a portfolio of different actual portraits of "George" SHOULD be more prominently ranked.