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Question about how to call title for multiple images.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by vanderploeg, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. vanderploeg

    vanderploeg Registered Member

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    This week i posted about what is the best way for alt and title text in images now i have the following question.


    What is the right structure for seo with a website with many images.


    If one of my categories is called '' bicycle coloring pages '' and has 30 images inside it can i than call it is following :


    Image 1


    Post title : Bicycle Coloring Pages - Picture #13637
    Image name : Riding_On_a_Bike
    Alt text : Riding on a bike


    Image 2


    Post title : Bicycle Coloring Pages - Picture #13638
    Image name : Riding_On_a_Bike
    Alt text : Riding on a bike


    As you can see i give the post titles for the category each time the same name with a upfollowing number.


    Will google index these pages ?


    Do you guys maybe suggest another alternative.
     
  2. ranksonic

    ranksonic Junior Member Premium Member

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  3. vanderploeg

    vanderploeg Registered Member

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    Thanks for the reply.

    But what about the post title is that good or does someone prefer other settings ?
     
  4. ranksonic

    ranksonic Junior Member Premium Member

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    I wouldn't suggest you to use same titles, that's for sure. Especially if it's a keyword. Google searching for text not numbers. For example, Bicycle Coloring Pages - Pink Panther would be better) As a result you won't have the same alts.
    I hope we understand each other.
     
  5. bcslbrands

    bcslbrands Junior Member

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    also i wouldn't use underscore for your image names. Google ignores the underscores.
     
  6. metafser

    metafser Regular Member

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    Why actually you are using excessive keywords? Use different and unique ALT text. Change your "Image Name" Structure, It can be better, if you use like "Riding-On-a-Bike"
    Why they don't? They will index your image, but I am afraid, maybe you shouldn't get a chance to rank on an image search for using excessive keywords. Sometime you can get. But possibilities 10% .
     
  7. LoftPower

    LoftPower Elite Member

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    I personally would not use the same one. I would change it up a bit based on what the pages content was.