Thursday, June 14, 2012

How To Get Huge Traffic from Google Image Search

Search engines have a great impact on creating huge traffic on your personal or professional blog site. You will never be able successful if Search engines like Google Bing Yahoo do not show your website at their platform. So we follow a variety of techniques to display our websites in search engines.We search images from Google and find new sites from Google image search. Its a very cool tip to get visitors from Google image search.

How to Get Better Traffic from Google Image Search In Blogger

1. Using ALT image tag

Suppose you upload a image to Picasa of blogger you will get a image HTML code just like this

<img src="" />

Now you have to add alt tag.Just take a look below of red colored text

<img src="" alt="Your images description"/>

I think you already get how to add alt tag in images.So your images can be seen in search engines

2. Adding A Small Javascript Code

Go to Blogger > Design > Edit Html

Now tick on the Expand Widget Template and search for the following code using CTRL+F


Now Paste the following code just before it

<script language='Javascript'>if(parent.location != self.location){parent.location=self.location;}</script>

Save your template. Now your Blogger template is more SEO friendly.

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  1. One point that i want to discuss....can we use this method in wordpress..? if yes than how..? i want to try this in wordpress..plz reply me

  2. @sabiha, in wordpress there are lots of SEO plugins, which add automatically add nofollow tag to external links

  3. Excellent Post...i have tried this on my blog but when i upload an image its code doesnot come like above, after upload i click on HTML of post where below code appears before src=..
    img border="0" height="320" after it image source upto jpg" found which is not allowed here. Now said code is closed at "width="256" />
    plz guide me where to apply "Alt" code...Thanks for sharing and helping...

  4. @nadeem alt tag is placed after image link

    <img border="0" height="32" src="image link" alt="image description"width="256" />