Check Out This Very Informative Post!


Marsha Ingrao has aΒ super post on Making Your Blogging Great. If you’ve ever wondered about Alt tags and things of that nature (I sure have!), Marsha explains it all in language even I can understand, complete with screen captures. I never realized the importance of these, and I’m betting at least a few of you guys never thought about them, either. (Surely I’m not the ONLY one? 😯 ) Go here, and you’ll see what I mean:

Always Write:

You might follow her blog while there, too. I’m guessing there are plenty of other things to learn about. πŸ™‚

13 thoughts on “Check Out This Very Informative Post!

  1. That was a super informative post. Thanks for sharing, Marcia.

    I’ve been using alt text and image descriptions for about a year now. I remember reading sometime ago that Google was going to start penalizing sites that didn’t. Also, I’ve taken a few courses focused on web technology and SEO that are geared toward real estate professionals. They always hammer those points home. What I wasn’t doing (and will start doing now), is thinking of keyword use in those same alt text and image descriptions. I”m bookmarking Marsha’s post for the other great info it contained as well!

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  2. Thanks for sharing, Marcia. It’s hard to get followers because there are so many bloggers…and people have so little time to read everything. I have no idea whether these tips apply to Blogspot, since I don’t recall seeing these options while uploading pics or composing posts–but I’m going to check it out. πŸ™‚

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  3. Thank you so much for pressing this post! What a compliment! I was over here at your blog searching for a quote for my next post on time hacks for bloggers. πŸ™‚ What a pretty FB page, too. You are so creative! πŸ™‚

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    • It was my pleasure to share it, Marsha. I found it very informative! And interesting, too. πŸ™‚ The only thing I do on my FB pages is change the header every week or two, because I get bored easily. πŸ™‚ I change this one, too, but not as often. πŸ˜€ Glad you like them.

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      • By change them, do you mean create /draw them! I wouldn’t assume that of many people, but I know you are an artist. πŸ™‚ I’ve been using Canva, and I love it because it makes me feel more creative. πŸ™‚

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        • No, I’m afraid not. I just put up various pictures that I find that I like. Currently both of my Facebook pages have photos of animals in Santa hats on them. I don’t do much painting anymore, because my vision is not as good as it once was. A cataract surgery gone awry has left it pretty blurry. But since I’m more focused on writing now, I don’t miss it too much. Well, OK, I do miss it. But writing keeps me too busy to worry about it. 😊

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          • I get that. I don’t sew any more for the same reason. I still have my cataracts. They seem to be hanging in there. None of the women in my family had very successful cataract surgery, so I’m going to bear with them as long as possible. πŸ™‚ I’m sorry yours did not work out perfectly. You are doing a fabulous amount of writing, though. I’m in awe. It is so hard to write fiction! πŸ™‚

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            • Sorry to hear your eyes bother you, Marsha. It’s such a pain. I only use one eye, anyway, and of course, that’s the one that has been messed up. 😦 I now have what I call Bad Eye Days and the occasional Good Eye Day, as the blurriness is variable. And I have to admit, writing all day long is hard on me, but I’m inspired. I have a LOT of lost time to make up for! πŸ˜€

              Fiction isn’t quite as hard when your head is crammed full of stories already. πŸ˜€ But then again, I don’t aspire to write Pulitzer Prize winning novels. I just want to tell my tales and have them reach an audience that enjoys them. And I love every minute of it. πŸ™‚

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