– By Sarah Marjoram, MS, RDN, LD
1. Image Size – Make sure your images are sized according to needs. Do not upload extremely large images and expect the page to size them for you. The page will slow down and this affects SEO.
2. Image Naming – The name of your file should be relevant and descriptive but not too long.
3. Image Title and Alt – Make sure you fill in the title and alt fields (in WordPress) with relevant information. Hopefully your text has something to do with keywords you are going for. Some words of advice, pretend you are describing the image to a blind person.
4. Page / Article Content – Make sure to have plenty of content on your page worded carefully around your keyword subject without saying the keyword too often (also known as spamming). Also, the title of the page should be relevant. For instance “Home” is not a great name for your main webpage. In the briefest of words, say what the page means.
5. Build Links – One of the most time consuming but great SEO things you can do is build incoming links to your blog or webpage. Here is a great article for those with stores and it has some excellent advice for anyone. Read here…
This article was originally published on Nourish – Digital Marketing for Dietitians