In this video, I cover how to name your files with search engines in mind. In a perfect SEO world, each image would have its own unique filename, but sometimes that isn’t practical for a photographer’s workflow.
I share my own naming method using Lightroom that will be simple, fast, and still get appropriate keywords into your filenames (without keyword stuffing).
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Image Optimization Mini Series:
Day 1 – Filenames: (This Video)
Day 2 – Alt Text: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RO2c24MDbko
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