SEO Tools

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Google Keyword Tool

Google Search Console

Google Analytics

Google Ads

Google Page Speed Insights | How to download optimized images

Search Volume (Multiple Words at a Time)

Search Volume (Single Words + Similar Keywords)

Ranking Tool (Where do I rank?)

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  1. In Lightroom, shrink quality to 65% on export.
  2. Run images through Image Optim. Free download here.
  3. Finished image should be less than 500 mgb for web. Less than 200 mgb is better!
  4. Add alt text description upon upload. Not all images should have same alt text, variety is good. 15 word cut off (can be longer, but might not be beneficial)



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