Do You Name Your Website Images With Keywords to Improve Your Rank in Google and the SEO of Your Website?

Most people don’t bother putting some thought into naming the images they upload to their websites. That is precisely why you should. By default, images have got automatically generated names like “img001.jpg” or “1234567.jpg”. And most web developers will name your template images with names such as “header.jpg” and “footer.jpg”, rather than take the opportunity to insert some keywords such
By Robert Kramers
Published on August 22, 2009
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Do you name your images with keywords? Here's why you shouldMost people don’t bother putting some thought into naming the images they upload to their websites.

That is precisely why you should.

By default, images have got automatically generated names like “img001.jpg” or “1234567.jpg”.

And most web developers will name your template images with names such as “header.jpg” and “footer.jpg”, rather than take the opportunity to insert some keywords such as “search-engine-optimisation-header.jpg” and “search-engine-optimisation-footer.jpg”.

If you take care to name your images with meaningful names, you will be improving the Search Engine Friendliness of your website.

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For example, search Google Images for “pimped out bus“.  My copy of this image is #1 on this planet, just because I named the image “pimped-out-bus.jpg” (this could chance over time).

(And that’s without specifying a “title” or “alt” tag, or writing a caption)

It’s that easy.

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