Google Image Search has been around since 2001. Are you using it to increase traffic to your site? If you want to learn how to increase traffic to your blog, it’s time to find out about image search. And I have a special giveaway to help you.
Daily pageviews of Google Images is more than 1 billion – that’s daily! People are using image search every day to find what they’re looking for. But many bloggers forget to use it to get more visitors to their site. It’s not hard. Once you know what you’re meant to do, you’ll want to use this technique on all your blog posts.
Easy to learn?
You probably already use images on your posts. Or maybe you don’t! Either way you can spend a few minutes learning about this technique to increase traffic and then put it into practice without much time on it at all.
We all want traffic. If you’re trying to earn a living from your blog, you need traffic. Without visitors you’re going to wonder what went wrong.
By optimizing your images for the search results you’ll be getting an additional free source of visitors to monetize your blog. Whether you’re building your list or trying to increase numbers for ad revenue, Google Image Search can help.
Double benefit from your blog post images?
Visual content marketing is already recognized for what it can do for your website. By using those same images in the search results you’re getting double the benefit. Who doesn’t want that?!
I’ve been using SEO for my blog posts for many years and I was also optimizing my images to a certain extent. But I wasn’t focused on pleasing Google Image Search to gain the benefits my images could provide. Once I did some research I realized how easy it really is.
I’ve put together a short, 9-page Google doc with the info I found. If you’d like a free copy of this document, just claim it here:
You get everything you need to really understand how to use Google Image Search to benefit your blog.
Blogging is fun, but not if you’re struggling to get traffic. Lots of people use images in Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms. Sure, that’s a good way to use your images but why stop there?
If you’re adding images to your site anyway, get the advantage of image search as well. Like I said, the info in the document above will provide all the details you need to get started and get results. It’s not difficult but you do need to know what to do.
Ranking in image search varies depending on what niche you’re in. This is important to know. It’s not one-size-fits-all. This is explained in the document and it will tell you how to do the best for your images in your niche.
It’s a technique which you can learn quickly and easily. If you want the details just claim access to the free document above.
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