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  1. The sitemap for images is new. I’ve never heard of it. Always assumed that you only need one sitemap for a single site. Will give it a try.

    Meanwhile, one thing always puzzle me. Let’s say I have three images for a blog post and my keyword is ‘how to bake a cake’. Do I use that keyword for every images or just one? Or do I use other keyword variations? Thanks for the tips.

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Cathy, and for taking the time to comment on my “How To Optimize Images For Your Website“. I am glad that you learned something from this article.

      To answer your question Cathy, it is best that you use different keywords that are related to your content subject for each image, which will give Google and other search engines more keywords to rank for your article.

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      I wish you the very best.

      John

  2. Another great and informative post from you. I had no idea that images hold that much weight when it comes to ranking your website through google. I will definitely be taking your advice and start implementing these 7 steps you mentioned to help my SEO. I look forward to reading more of your posts. Thanks again.

    • Thanks very much for reading and commenting on my “How To Optimize Images For Your Website” article Bryan. I am glad that you learned something useful for your website(s). 

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