How to SEO optimize your WordPress images

How to SEO optimize your WordPress images
There are very few people out there who do not understand the importance of SEO. Most people exhaust themselves by doing SEO for any particular web page or the whole website but forgets about image SEO. Image SEO optimization is an integral part of your blog. You can use a few basic tricks to optimize your images better. On this blog, I will show you how you can SEO optimize your WordPress Images.
Step 1: You need to go to your ‘website’s backend or for WordPress; ‘it’s known as wp-admin. Wp-admin is the universal login for WordPress website. Suppose your website is www.example.com then you need to type the URL as  www.example.com/wp-admin.
Step 1 You need to go to your website's backend or for WordPress; it's known as wp-admin
Step 2: After you log in, you will land on your dashboard. Now you have to make sure that you log in as Admin. It is essential to log in as Admin as only the Admin has editing access over the images. Different roles can be assigned to different users on WordPress, so you have to make sure you select a user who has admin access.
Step 2 After you log in, you will land on your dashboard. Now you have to make sure that you log in as Admin
Step 3: On your dashboard, you will find a tab called media. This tab has all the images you have uploaded on your WordPress website. Click on the media tab.
Step 3 On your dashboard, you will find a tab called media. This tab has all the images you have uploaded on your WordPress website.
Step 4: After you click on the media tab, you will find all the images. Now you need to select the image you want to optimize. To choose the one, you need to click on the picture which you want to optimize.
Step 4 After you click on the media tab, you will find all the images. Now you need to select the image you want to optimize
Step 5: A new window will open where you need to enter the title of your image first. Make sure you provide a title which can easily be related to the image you are optimizing.
Step 5 A new window will open where you need to enter the title of your image first
Step 6: The caption section can be visible from the frontend if you want it to be displayed. So make sure you write a caption which reflects the image purpose.
Step 6 The caption section can be visible from the frontend if you want it to be displayed
Step 7: Alt text is the most crucial section here. Alt-text is also known as “alt attributes”, are used within an HTML code to describe the appearance and function of an image on a page. Google is not a human being, so it can’t see the picture, but it can read the image by reading the alt text. So make sure a proper alt text is given.
Step 7 Alt text is the most crucial section here
Step 8: Provide a description which will include all the parts in one descriptive section. The description parts need to descriptive but make sure it is not too lengthy. 
Step 8 Provide a description which will include all the parts in one descriptive section
Step 9: You should be all set by now. You don’t need to click any button or save it manually as this part is always saved automatically. You need to need to make sure one thing that the texts are placed or not. To make sure you can go to the media tab and click on the image you just optimized.
Step 9 You should be all set by now. You don't need to click any button or save it manually as this part is always saved automatically
Image SEO is getting popular these days, and very few people are making the most out of it. If you run a blog or a simple website, make sure your images are well optimized. 

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