Check your Images have proper filenames
GoogleBOT is clever but it can’t “understand” what every picture on your website shows. Using optimised image filenames is a critical step in good SEO. This audit will help a website owner identify and then optimise all the image filenames. I supply a spreadsheet in CSV/XLS or Google Sheets format with the SOURCE URL and image filename of every image on your website.
With this data in hand it’s simply a case of trawling through the images name to ensure they have descriptive titles. For example. We don’t want to see CAPTURE23.jpg or IMAGE26.jpg we are looking for image filenames like blue-coat-yellow-hood.jpg or red-yamaha-r6-1999-model.jpg or similar.
ALSO – included in this SEO Image Filename Audit is a secondary scan highlighting all your images that are MISSING ALT TEXT. This is vital for good SEO as it provides further information to the GoogleBOT for users with accessibility issues eg. partially sighted.
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Whatever problems you are having with Google Rankings and other SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) related issues please contact your Norfolk Search Engine Ranking expert – with over 20 years experience promoting websites in Google and other search engines.. If you want to try it yourself please read our teach yourself SEO guide – a plain English SEO handbook for website owners that want to understand the SIGNALS Google uses to rank a website.