Google Images can help a local business or its products and services get found. Here are some tips to make sure your images are optimized to take advantage of search queries made in Google Images: Images that enhance a user's experience are ranked higher by Google Google values relevance and quality in returning search results and therefore user experience feedback is a strong signal to Google for ranking purposes. So, the more popular an image is and the more clicks it gets, the higher the ranking. Here are some tips for providing a good user experience with your images: Make sure your images are of good quality and attractive.
It may seem obvious, but go to LinkedIn and see how many bad profile pictures people post of themselves. A survey by Shotfarm, which distributes product images for manufacturers, found that consumers believe product descriptions and images are critical to jewelry retouching service their decision-making, with the vast majority of consumers saying they are important ( 30%) or very important (63%). In other words, consumers extrapolate the quality of an image to that of the product or service. Better images therefore increase clicks,
which will improve the ranking of that image. While too large an image file size is hurting page load time, reducing file size doesn't mean you have to sacrifice quality. There are ways to remove unnecessary data and many online tools that can help optimize your website images. Try JPEGMini, PunyPNG or Kraken.io. While Google doesn't take the same liberties with cropping images in search results as it does with What I learned from the Danny Sullivan/Gary Illyes keynote at SMX Advanced Posted: 2020-11-18