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« on: September 05, 2013, 09:18 »
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Once installed the Yoast SEO I have new questions. In the analysis page I have two messages in red:

   1) There are 23 words contained in the body copy. This is far too low and should be increased.
   2) No images appear in this page, consider adding some as appropriate.

Now, I'm wondering...how many words do I must have in the content page?
And is really necessary to add an image in the content? There are Symbio Images on the Photo page.

Are these two arguments very important for SEO? What do you use?


« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2013, 09:21 »
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I think that yoast covers all types of pages, not specifically image pages. Typically, that much copy is not written for image descriptions. You can write a lot of copy, but i dont think it is necessary. I have red or yellow on most of my images. As far as images, you could add related images if you want, but since we have a widget for that, again, not necessary. You can do if you like tho.

« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2013, 09:25 »
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I think that yoast covers all types of pages, not specifically image pages. Typically, that much copy is not written for image descriptions. You can write a lot of copy, but i dont think it is necessary. I have red or yellow on most of my images. As far as images, you could add related images if you want, but since we have a widget for that, again, not necessary. You can do if you like tho.

Thanks Cathy!  :)

« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2013, 09:52 »
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I figured that we should balance out SEO goodness with keeping the buyer happy if they're browsing a page. I think it'd tick a buyer off to read an essay about each image, so I haven't added text to keep Yoast happy. I have reordered words to get a phrase consistent everywhere (the focus words/keywords)

« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2013, 09:57 »
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I figured that we should balance out SEO goodness with keeping the buyer happy if they're browsing a page. I think it'd tick a buyer off to read an essay about each image, so I haven't added text to keep Yoast happy. I have reordered words to get a phrase consistent everywhere (the focus words/keywords)

I did something like this too regarding focus keyword, in order to have it everywhere, but now I have to do this for all the photos. There is a way to select all the photos in Batch Editor if I don't have a common keyword for all?

« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2013, 10:50 »
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I did something like this too regarding focus keyword, in order to have it everywhere, but now I have to do this for all the photos. There is a way to select all the photos in Batch Editor if I don't have a common keyword for all?

I don't think so. I had asked a while back about having a "select all" feature for batch processing, but not sure if that will happen. You can do it by categories now

« Reply #6 on: September 05, 2013, 11:54 »
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I did something like this too regarding focus keyword, in order to have it everywhere, but now I have to do this for all the photos. There is a way to select all the photos in Batch Editor if I don't have a common keyword for all?

I don't think so. I had asked a while back about having a "select all" feature for batch processing, but not sure if that will happen. You can do it by categories now

Oh, ok, it should be very useful a SELECT ALL feature....


 

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