2,900 visitors a day... after 2 days!

by patfl
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Warriors,

Last week I put a blog together with some images in it. Few articles and pictures, some adsense banners, basic SEO, the kind of blog you get after a couple of hours of work, from start to finish.

A couple of days later, checking my wordpress stats, I got for that day:

- 2989 Unique visitors, 6469 page views and $57 generated in adsense...

The secret?

G indexed one of those stupid pictures I put onto that blog, it indexed it for a very competitive keywords that drove all that traffic...

Who said it should be complicated?

#900 #day #days #traffic #visitors
  • Profile picture of the author FlashDriveDT
    Congrats! Two words of caution though:

    1.Your blog could be benefitting from the "freshness bonus" (initial high ranking). Its more important what traffic and profit you will be making a couple of weeks from now.

    2.When you say wordpress stats, what program/plug in are you using? A lot of those report bots and spiders as human traffic...
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    • Profile picture of the author patfl
      Originally Posted by FlashDriveDT View Post

      Congrats! Two words of caution though:

      1.Your blog could be benefitting from the "freshness bonus" (initial high ranking). Its more important what traffic and profit you will be making a couple of weeks from now.

      2.When you say wordpress stats, what program/plug in are you using? A lot of those report bots and spiders as human traffic...
      You're absolutely right on point 1, that same post doesn't show up anymore on the first page of the serps but in the meantime, I got other posts to show up...

      For 2, I saw the surge on statpress but I use my hosting stats that are much more reliable to give those figures.

      Patrice
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    • Profile picture of the author la dominatrix
      Originally Posted by FlashDriveDT View Post

      Congrats! Two words of caution though:

      1.Your blog could be benefitting from the "freshness bonus" (initial high ranking). Its more important what traffic and profit you will be making a couple of weeks from now.

      2.When you say wordpress stats, what program/plug in are you using? A lot of those report bots and spiders as human traffic...
      I use statscounter.com however i would appreciate some advice on which are the most accurate, I don't need the figures for the bots.
      la dominatrix
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      • Profile picture of the author patfl
        Originally Posted by la dominatrix View Post

        I use statscounter.com however i would appreciate some advice on which are the most accurate, I don't need the figures for the bots.
        la dominatrix
        If you host your website, you probably have awstats, it works well for me.

        Patrice
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  • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
    Originally Posted by Patrice Le Vexier View Post

    Warriors,

    Last week I put a blog together with some images in it. Few articles and pictures, some adsense banners, basic SEO, the kind of blog you get after a couple of hours of work, from start to finish.

    A couple of days later, checking my wordpress stats, I got for that day:

    - 2989 Unique visitors, 6469 page views and $57 generated in adsense...

    The secret?

    G indexed one of those stupid pictures I put onto that blog, it indexed it for a very competitive keywords that drove all that traffic...

    Who said it should be complicated?


    Ahhh the power of google images...

    Not a lot of people consider this traffic method. And it's a pity
    really because it's a great one. It's pretty easy to rank good for
    images as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author patfl
      Originally Posted by IM Headlines View Post

      Ahhh the power of google images...

      Not a lot of people consider this traffic method. And it's a pity
      really because it's a great one. It's pretty easy to rank good for
      images as well.
      That's right.

      I now have to discover a way to make the image to stick to the first page for more than few days and that's it, rinse and repeat!

      Patrice
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      • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
        Originally Posted by Patrice Le Vexier View Post

        That's right.

        I now have to discover a way to make the image to stick to the first page for more than few days and that's it, rinse and repeat!

        Patrice
        All you have to do is increase the popularity of your blog.

        There's one image of mine that has been on the top of
        google's image search for almost a year now.

        I didn't do anything in particular, I just made sure that I
        had the right keywords and I kept increasing my site's
        popularity.

        Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexgrett
    @BushidoRising: "G-indexed" a picture means that Google indexed a picture.

    And Congrats on your blog Patrice!
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    Aww yes the G word

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  • Profile picture of the author Lisa Gergets
    Really dumb question: how to you get a pic to rank for a keyword? I feel like I should know this, but I'm coming up blank...
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    • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
      Originally Posted by TinkerAndPo View Post

      Really dumb question: how to you get a pic to rank for a keyword? I feel like I should know this, but I'm coming up blank...
      I ended up on the first page of google image search by accident.
      Naturally I noticed all of the traffic coming from google's
      image search, so I decided to discover how it happened.

      After certain studies, I discovered that I ranked for that particular
      image because:

      1) The image's name was my keyword. For example: I was trying
      to rank for the term "weight loss product". I had a picture of a
      weight loss product and it was named "weight loss product".
      So whenever someone typed in "weight loss product" in google
      image search, my image came up first, which leads to my site
      of course.

      2) You will have a much better chance to rank (IMO) if
      your site has some populartity amongst search engines. I'm
      saying this because I also noticed that the other competitors
      had sites which were less popular than mine.

      Hope that helps,
      Johnny
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      • Profile picture of the author TheJunkMan
        Originally Posted by IM Headlines View Post

        I ended up on the first page of google image search by accident.
        Naturally I noticed all of the traffic coming from google's
        image search, so I decided to discover how it happened.

        After certain studies, I discovered that I ranked for that particular
        image because:

        1) The image's name was my keyword. For example: I was trying
        to rank for the term "weight loss product". I had a picture of a
        weight loss product and it was named "weight loss product".
        So whenever someone typed in "weight loss product" in google
        image search, my image came up first, which leads to my site
        of course.

        2) You will have a much better chance to rank (IMO) if
        your site has some populartity amongst search engines. I'm
        saying this because I also noticed that the other competitors
        had sites which were less popular than mine.

        Hope that helps,
        Johnny
        I am so sorry to sound like a broken record or a complete idiot. But I am really about as noob as you can get! And I guess the only way to learn is to ask these ignorant questions. If you would be so kind to clarify-
        1. You saved an image from the internet titled "weigh loss product" to your comp
        2. Uploaded it to your blog
        3. When people searched "weight loss product" they were getting your blog

        There was no special coding or anything like that?? So if I searched "hydroxycut" and a bottle came up number 1 on google. I clicked it and saved it noticing the image was entitled "hydroxycut" then uploaded to my weight loss blog, and posted about how great hydroxycut was. People could search "hydroxycut" in the google image and have a good possibility of landing on my site?

        Please bare with me, i am sorry for not understanding, I really want to learn!
        Thanks for your patience
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    • Profile picture of the author patfl
      Originally Posted by Justin Ferriman View Post

      nice, are you getting some quality conversions??
      The conversion rate is low but the cpc is pretty good for those keywords so it generates some decent money.

      Patrice
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  • Profile picture of the author rastabloke
    Nice job on the traffic, it is unfortunate the bounce rate is probably atrocious. I know when I flip through images.google.com, the site that it came from isn't in my browser for more than 10 seconds.

    It does speak volumes about being meticulous. Lots of developers don't even specify image keywords. If I'm not mistaken, this will not pass html 4.01 validation.
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  • Profile picture of the author dizen
    Is there a keyword research tool for google image search results out there? Can be very useful...
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Anderson
    G indexed?
    us poor newbies.
    all these years to find that damned g spot and now a g index.
    ahh, hell i must go lie down.
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    Good news! Kudos to you!
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulWilson
    Sounds an interesting concept...

    I've never really thought of this before, could be worth looking into further...

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author jhongren
    Great work Patrice...now, how will you be converting
    the traffic into money? =)

    There must be a purpose for work done on
    generating traffic.

    Love to hear from you.

    Good work again and thanks for sharing
    your joy. =)

    John
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    • Profile picture of the author Ehanson
      Very good work. Though you're probably experiencing the sandbox effect.

      I'll also second getting your site to become more popular as it will gain more authority in the SERP's

      As for stat tools I use Google Analytic's. It's works well for me.
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      • Profile picture of the author patfl
        Originally Posted by Ehanson View Post

        Very good work. Though you're probably experiencing the sandbox effect.

        I'll also second getting your site to become more popular as it will gain more authority in the SERP's

        As for stat tools I use Google Analytic's. It's works well for me.
        For the sandbox effect, I can't say, I never experienced it, and I even doubt it exists unless you're doing real bad a$$ BH SEO from which I stay away...
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    • Profile picture of the author patfl
      Originally Posted by jhongren View Post

      Great work Patrice...now, how will you be converting
      the traffic into money? =)

      There must be a purpose for work done on
      generating traffic.

      Love to hear from you.

      Good work again and thanks for sharing
      your joy. =)

      John
      Thanks John.

      Yes, it's already paying a little with adsense, nothing fancy but on average it makes around $30 per day, which is not bad after a week.

      I will test new stuffs and will update.

      Patrice
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      • Profile picture of the author Aitor Astobieta
        Patrice,

        Good job so far!

        Two questions though:
        - Are you capturing leads on your blog?
        - Do you have an opt-in form in your blog where they can subscribe to your newsletter?

        I highly recommend you do this.
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  • Profile picture of the author FlashDriveDT
    I'm sure it also helps to have keyword rich, image descriptive alt tags in order to rank. Title of the image, as already mentioned, probably play the biggest role but also text immediately above and under the image.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    I hope that you have permission to use that "stupid image"
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    • Profile picture of the author patfl
      Originally Posted by ramone_johnny View Post

      I hope that you have permission to use that "stupid image"
      LOL, good one, I just link to it so there should be no problem.

      Patrice
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  • Profile picture of the author Reg McMicking
    Thanks for the info. Very interesting and congratulations.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Park
    Yeah, great job! It seems like if you know how to utilize any of Google
    stuff like Google Images, Google News, Google Friend Connect,
    Google Webmaster, Google Code, Google Labs, you're on the right
    track.

    Keep up the good work!
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  • Profile picture of the author rb1925
    What is the best way to include the images in your sitemap from wordpress? Is there a particular plugin that is recommended? Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author barryd
    Thanks for the info! I'll have to give that a try for my FX blog. Not sure what pics I could use though. Congrats on your success!
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  • Profile picture of the author michaelmacro
    Here's a dumb question, but can you bookmark a picture anywhere? I guess maybe adding it to photobucket or flickr could help, but I just thought I would ask.
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    • Profile picture of the author bwh1
      Ehmm....

      what would be the perfect code for a image get ranked high ? I've seen somewhere that you need keyword, size and whatsoever.

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    • Profile picture of the author vagabondette
      Originally Posted by michaelmacro View Post

      Here's a dumb question, but can you bookmark a picture anywhere? I guess maybe adding it to photobucket or flickr could help, but I just thought I would ask.
      Stumble has a photo blog option but I'm not sure how that works so it may or may not help. If you have the SU toolbar installed if you right click on a picture there will be an option to stumble photo blog it....
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  • Profile picture of the author mrgoldfinder
    I'm pretty new here and what you have achieved is phenomenal.

    Can you suggest any way to stay on page one of Google?

    Happy Goldfinder
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    • Profile picture of the author Melodican
      Just as a thought, and if everyone did this, it would piss every single web user in the world off... But if your going for a particular keyphrase on your images, can you not put a exit-pop on the page where google has their little doodah at the top saying "See fullsize image".. At least the you are holding them for more than 0.00045 seconds.... Although, if your making this sort of cash after a week, you are doing something right :-)

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  • Profile picture of the author clarissa25
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    I have to add in here that this tactic does work. i am a newbie myself. oneday I wrote a post and put a picture of a tape measurer on it. the post has nothing to do with a tapemeasure. Time a time a again I look at where my traffic comes from and many times it says google search: tape measure
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  • Profile picture of the author Sean Ski
    I wonder if thats going to become a bigger marketing strategy soon... People trying to find eye catching pictures and/or putting text on their pictures like a fitness picture that has a fitness model on it and at the bottom it says - 1 weight loss rule: obey (lol, the age old **** ad) - to drive more clicks to their websites via images...
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    If you do the SEO on your pic Google, and now Bing will pick it up under "images".

    So if your keyword is "English Seaside Hotels" ( do you guys like that I didn't say "dog grooming" ) anyway, so your site is about English Seaside Hotels and you should have a post that includes a pic of one of these hotels.

    To do it right, when you insert the pic into your post you have the option to give it a caption. Call it "English Seaside Hotel".

    In your code which looks something like this [ img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg"] see how I named my pic the keyword. Whatever the name of the pic is you can "rename" it to your keyword on your computer before you upload it.

    Now back to the code so we have [img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg" width="100" height="300" alt="English Seaside Hotel"]

    Make sure you check the properties of the pic to see the size width and height because it is proper coding to have those attributes listed and it adds to the SEO.

    Also did you see the alt tag? Put the keyword in there and this should be written as if someone were reading it. In the IE browser whenever pics don't show up, this is to tell the reader what the pic is.

    Make sure you have all of those in place and your pic will be in the running for ranking in the image searches.

    So if someone does a search for English Seaside Hotels and they decide to look at a pic to see one they would probably go up and click "images" to see that search for images.

    Your pic should be one of the first to pop up. Again, depends on competition but right now not many people are putting thought into pics.

    After this thread however...

    Matt
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    • Profile picture of the author TheJunkMan
      Originally Posted by Matt M View Post

      If you do the SEO on your pic Google, and now Bing will pick it up under "images".

      So if your keyword is "English Seaside Hotels" ( do you guys like that I didn't say "dog grooming" ) anyway, so your site is about English Seaside Hotels and you should have a post that includes a pic of one of these hotels.

      To do it right, when you insert the pic into your post you have the option to give it a caption. Call it "English Seaside Hotel".

      In your code which looks something like this [ img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg"] see how I named my pic the keyword. Whatever the name of the pic is you can "rename" it to your keyword on your computer before you upload it.

      Now back to the code so we have [img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg" width="100" height="300" alt="English Seaside Hotel"]

      Make sure you check the properties of the pic to see the size width and height because it is proper coding to have those attributes listed and it adds to the SEO.

      Also did you see the alt tag? Put the keyword in there and this should be written as if someone were reading it. In the IE browser whenever pics don't show up, this is to tell the reader what the pic is.

      Make sure you have all of those in place and your pic will be in the running for ranking in the image searches.

      So if someone does a search for English Seaside Hotels and they decide to look at a pic to see one they would probably go up and click "images" to see that search for images.

      Your pic should be one of the first to pop up. Again, depends on competition but right now not many people are putting thought into pics.

      After this thread however...

      Matt
      Thank you so much, i just learned a great deal from the post!

      1. Does it matter whether the pic is GIF or Jpeg? I know i can upload both but does it matter for SEO purposes?
      2. How do I get the right size? because when i search the image it is a smaller image up top then says click to see full image, which one do i want??

      I am using blogger btw! Thank you in advance
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      • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
        Originally Posted by TheJunkMan View Post

        Does it matter whether the pic is GIF or Jpeg?
        No it does not matter.

        Just remember to include the image sizes both width and height and use the alt tag.

        You want to put the size that will be displayed at. When you put those size codes in place that is the size the pic will show up on page.

        Once you have the pic the size you want it displaying on your post you can do a "right click" on the pic and at the bottom of your little menu that opens you will see "properties". That will show you the image size that needs to be in your code.

        (if I'm understanding you correctly It's late here. Will be heading off soon.

        I don't officially know if there is a penalty for anything not included in the coding but from personal testing the cleaner the coding with all expected attributes in place, the better the results.

        Matt
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    • Profile picture of the author Melodican
      Originally Posted by Matt M View Post


      So if your keyword is "English Seaside Hotels" ( do you guys like that I didn't say "dog grooming" )

      Matt

      I reckon after Kern and evey other div that uses Dog grooming as their example, most IM followers could set up an absolute killer dog training, grooming, walking business online...

      I reckon we could all do some pretty neat Bonsai cultivating as well ;-)
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    • Profile picture of the author bwh1
      Originally Posted by Matt M View Post

      If you do the SEO on your pic Google, and now Bing will pick it up under "images".

      So if your keyword is "English Seaside Hotels" ( do you guys like that I didn't say "dog grooming" ) anyway, so your site is about English Seaside Hotels and you should have a post that includes a pic of one of these hotels.

      To do it right, when you insert the pic into your post you have the option to give it a caption. Call it "English Seaside Hotel".

      In your code which looks something like this [ img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg"] see how I named my pic the keyword. Whatever the name of the pic is you can "rename" it to your keyword on your computer before you upload it.

      Now back to the code so we have [img src="englishseasidehotel.jpg" width="100" height="300" alt="English Seaside Hotel"]

      Make sure you check the properties of the pic to see the size width and height because it is proper coding to have those attributes listed and it adds to the SEO.

      Also did you see the alt tag? Put the keyword in there and this should be written as if someone were reading it. In the IE browser whenever pics don't show up, this is to tell the reader what the pic is.

      Make sure you have all of those in place and your pic will be in the running for ranking in the image searches.

      So if someone does a search for English Seaside Hotels and they decide to look at a pic to see one they would probably go up and click "images" to see that search for images.

      Your pic should be one of the first to pop up. Again, depends on competition but right now not many people are putting thought into pics.

      After this thread however...

      Matt
      Matt

      thank you very much,

      Maybe another silly question:

      What does make one image rank higher against another one ?

      if the code is well done, following your advice, does the image need some BACKLINKs to get a high ranking ??

      Google always wanna backlinks, so maybe here it's a good idea as well.

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  • Profile picture of the author monday1357
    Nice one...i ve a blog bt d prob is dat i dont knw hw to drive traffic to it
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  • Profile picture of the author erickz
    Yup.. I always try to do the following for all my sites, although I always tend to miss out on them sometimes..

    1) labeled my image header (with a relevant image of course) with the keyword
    2) tagged the "keyword" image with the alt tag
    3) tagged the image with the title tag for the a href link
    4) keyword specific domain name
    5) keyword in meta title, meta description, meta keywords
    6) keyword in your H1 tag
    7) bold the keyword on the first sentence of the content or blog post
    8) keyword anchored to the "site URL" at the footer, with the title tag too

    I think these are the basics for on page SEO.. maybe someone can add more? I would love to learn more on this area too "
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  • Great traffic method, never thought of doing that.
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    • Profile picture of the author mrgoldfinder
      Ha! I've just done a keyword search for my site at Google images and found a picture of me in first place.

      How can I monetize this?

      Any help there will be appreciated.

      Happy G
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  • Profile picture of the author bertuseng
    Well done, I also benefited a lot from google images, got most of my hits from my fitness site from google image traffic. Unfortunately, one day it just stopped. Maybe it was because I didnt update my site in a few weeks.

    Easy come easy goes, I suppose...
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  • Profile picture of the author deanoram
    Originally Posted by Patrice Le Vexier View Post

    Warriors,

    Last week I put a blog together with some images in it. Few articles and pictures, some adsense banners, basic SEO, the kind of blog you get after a couple of hours of work, from start to finish.

    A couple of days later, checking my wordpress stats, I got for that day:

    - 2989 Unique visitors, 6469 page views and $57 generated in adsense...

    The secret?

    G indexed one of those stupid pictures I put onto that blog, it indexed it for a very competitive keywords that drove all that traffic...

    Who said it should be complicated?


    Well Done

    Your blog should be your shop window do you have an opt in box?
    try giving something away for free and build a list of future customers.
    Money is in the list ( as I keep hearing the money is in the list )
    keep up the good work
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
    From what I have learned from my personal experiences with this, a pic if coded properly will be ranked by the SEO from the site.

    However, if two sites have roughly the same or close SEO on them and one site's pic is not coded well as what we just talked about then the properly coded pic would win out.

    The way to get people to your site from a pic is to have a banner at the bottom of your pic with your site URL.

    If you take your pics that you will be using on your site and use a graphics program, put a "banner" or rectangle at the top or bottom that says "This picture provided by...".

    The "text" on the image will be saved as part of the image and will not be read by the search engine bot. Humans will read and see your message.

    bwh1
    "does the image need some BACKLINKs to get a high ranking ??"

    I have never tested that. Like stated above, I think all pics being coded properly, the site's rank determines.

    Matt
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
    Congrats on your success

    I wish google would index one of the stupid pictures on my blog
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