Very few people realize that the WordPress blog program has an excellent feature for making additional money through utilizing the images description. For years the top SEO advisers have been telling us to give our images an alt tag. This is critically important because your photo can get listed in the Goolge images when you add the alt tag.
Today, I want to take this a step further. Don’t just give your WordPress photos an alt tag. You need to fill in the title and take time to describe the image. The title should be a targeted keyword phrase that is not being focused on in the main article. Don’t over stuff your keywords in this area. Just use descriptive words that are not necessarily in your article.
You can monetize the image description area in two ways.
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I visited this highly reputable website the other day only to be paralyzed, confused and somewhat handicapped as I landed on the page. This is a site that I love to visit in order to watch Internet marketing videos. The page in the image to the right was so confusing, I didn’t even see the video among the vibrant collage of colors.
In fact this video on What Not TO Do With Landing Pages is located on the Web Pro News site. Inside the content, the person who is sharing from an experts opinion says;
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I had no idea what would transpire a few years ago after I built my first Intuit website. If someone had told me that I would be making a full-time living from the Internet by developing and selling niche products and selling affiliate products, I would have told them they were crazy.
I had no technical knowledge at all other than how to left and right click the mouse. I had a beginners level ability when it came to checking my email. I remember, I needed to have my sixteen year old son teach me how to add an attachment in my Gmail account.
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With blog platform’s popularity growing, many Intuit Sitebuilder-users want to integrate them into their Homestead website. There was a time when I spent hours trying to incorporate having one on my Sitebuilder pages using the RSS feature.
The truth is that you cannot have a REAL blog in the Homestead Sitebuilder program.
Even the new feature that the Intuit company added in recent months does not allow for search engines to read the content in the posts.
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I’ve developed many free Homestead website tutorials that can help you learn ow to use the Intuit Sitebuilder. You can learn how to get top rankings with search engines by studying these Homestead SEO videos. In case you are a beginner in using the Intuit web builder, I have developed a complete series of videos that will teach you what all of the various functions are and how they work.
On this blog you will find Intuit website tutorials that can be watched by simply scrolling through the video’s category located on the menu bar. Link building, adding Adsense, embedding a Google calendar and advanced keyword research are just a small portion of the lessons we have provided on this blog. This particular site is just one location where we provide information, tools and tips for working with the Site Builder. read Tutorials