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Getting Traffic from Google image search
GeoRanker team is proud to announce Google Images rank tracking.
Have you ever taught about bringing quality traffic to your website via Google Image Search?
Did you know you can do this by optimizing your images?
There are billions of searches done every day on Google Images. Of course, you can see some images are shown before others and the reason it’s quite simple: the first ones are better optimized than the others.
Have you ever check your website position on Google Images?
The images process optimization for Google Image Search is quite simple and you will definitely see an increase in your traffic if you will follow the right steps.
How to optimize your images for Google image search
If you want to learn more about on-page SEO, we already wrote a comprehensive research. Now, we are going to focus on image optimization, but before the factor listing, the image value comes from its relevance. The images should be relevant for the searches, so if you try to get quality traffic, your image has to send a proper message. For eCommerce stores, it’s easier, the image should illustrate what it is, but if businesses like law offices or car services want to get traffic from Google Images, their image should express “1000 words”; the image itself is the title, the message sent by a business to its potential customers, it must say “hello, welcome in”. There’s no more theory for this message.
1. Unique Images
This is a must. You have to use unique images if you want to rank on google images, you have to own the copyright of that image. Stock images can get you ranking, but they might not send the message you want.
2. Image Names
Use Descriptive Image names. The filename is the first chance to include keywords in your images. Title the image name with a keyword or short phrase including the keyword which describes what is in the image about. For example, instead of using a camera image name such as DSC32303.jpg, use a filename like google-images-rank-tracking.jpg. This should be the most search engine friendly way of labeling images.
3. Image Alt Attributes
The alt tag is basically the description of your picture. It will allow you to add more keywords in your image description. Additionally, the alt tag is going to be showed by Google Image Search in place of the image name. Therefore, use the alt tag in combination with your image name. Here is an example for the example image we are using: <img src=”/images/google-images-rank-tracking.jpg” alt=”GeoRanker Google Images Rank Tracker” /> Alt Attributes
4. Use images in your XML sitemaps for better indexation of your images.
The best way to help search engines indexing and finding your images is listing them in your sitemap, more exactly in an image sitemap. This will increase the exposure of your images so they could be found in an image search.
If you build an image sitemap, search engines will be able to crawl and organize your images. Start doing it following these guidelines about image sitemaps.
5. Optimize website images for speed
There is an interdependence between images and site speed. All images should be in .jpg, .png or .svg format and their size is an important factor that affects directly the website loading time. Reduce the file size, but don’t do it too much, as it will affect the image quality.
Once the optimization is done you will need to start tracking the results.
How to check your position on Google Images?
GeoRanker Google Images rank tracking tool allows users to track and monitor their images on Google from both local and generic perspectives. Basically, our platform uses the same technology as for the keyword rank tracking tool, applied for Google image search.
Log into your GeoRanker account, click on Rank Tracker, select Countries or Cities and you’ll see a new search engine in the advanced options tab.
The images report is generated as easy as the normal reporting.
In case you need to see only the SERPs data from Google Images, without tracking the rankings, you can use GeoRanker First Page tool.
Why tracking Google Images with GeoRanker is important?
Low hanging fruits are easy to get, right?
There’s a great opportunity to invest some time and effort in optimizing your images for boosting your rankings. Therefore, Google Images rank tracking will help you to benchmark the results of your
As an example, plenty eCommerce stores are getting quality traffic from Google Images searches. Besides this fact, optimizing their images is helping eCommerces store rank higher in organic searches as a whole.
So for getting the most out of this eCommerce newest trend, track your product images rankings on Google images, run an image optimization campaign and boost your incoming traffic. Pictures traffic has a much higher conversion rate than the organic traffic and can directly impact the revenue.
With the new GeoRanker Google Images rank tracking tool, you are able to find and monitor the SERPs for individual keywords you target Google image search on different domains and overall benefit from all the points above. If you need more help or you just want to change ideas with us about images rankings, don’t forget that every journey starts with a booking.