Images are Good Content
If you are using your own images for your blog then think about jazzing them up in PicMonkey before uploading to your blog.
You can add all sorts of creative touches to images and it’s a FREE photo editing service.
Practicing your photo editing skills is something I would definitely invest some time into doing. You may find you enjoy it.
Rename your images with your keywords, this is much better SEO and you’ll come in SERPS and Google images too. Score!
Putting Your Keywords in Your Image File Names / Alt Tags
This is probably the most important video for your blogs success.
Every image needs to be uploaded with relevant keywords names.
Related Article: Blog Post SEO Check List
Use Smaller Image Files
Use smaller image files before uploading them to your blog. Smaller image files allow your page to load quicker.
I use PicMonkey (a free photo editor), this is the easiest way I know how to explain it.
How to Insert an Image in A WordPress Blog Post
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How to Make Images a Specific Size Using PicMonkey
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How to Create Your Own Images for Blog Posts
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You cannot take any image from anywhere on the internet!
If you need free images for commercial use, here are some free sites you can look at HERE in our Support Group.
Related Video: How to add a watermark to your images using PicMonkey
Related Video: How to create really pretty Pinterest images fast