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  1. Madhushalini
    Madhushalini November 15, 2016 at 03:23 | | Reply

    A well written and very informative article. A lot of designers neglect SEO options for images including the photo ID tag on the creative end.

    Naming an image and including it within a header and related paragraph works wonders within a webpage, and Photoshop’s File Info command allows the embedding of information directly within the image file itself so no matter where it ends up, your contact and copyright information will accompany it.

  2. Marvin
    Marvin March 1, 2017 at 07:17 | | Reply

    I personally experienced this one so I can relate. Just a few days ago, I checked my website speed via google pagespeed insights and my initial score is an embarassing 17/100. One of the major causes is actually my poorly optimized images and just after doing some image optimization (resizing and using jpg instead of png), my result significantly improved to 52/100. my final rating is currently at 89/100.

  3. Developers Nation
    Developers Nation September 20, 2017 at 00:46 | | Reply

    An elegantly composed and exceptionally useful article. A great deal of planners disregard SEO alternatives for pictures including the personal ID tag on the innovative end.
    Naming a picture and including it inside a header and related passage works ponders inside a website page, and Photoshop’s File Info summon permits the installing of data specifically inside the picture document itself so regardless of where it winds up, your contact and copyright data will go with it.

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