How To Get Your Best Fishing Pics At The Top Of Google Search (VIDEO)
By: Joseph Simonds on February 13, 2018
Do you want to start getting your best fishing pictures found towards the top of Google images?
How about getting your fish pics on the first page of ALL Google?
Let me warn you, this is NOT some “blackhat” SEO tactic.
And NO, this is not some magic trick…
This is a completely legit and “correct” way to see you and your fish on the first page of Google and/or Google images.
And the best news is that it’s FREE!
There are the steps to getting your best fishing pictures found on Google.
- Join the FREE app called Fish Strong (Regional Fishing Reports). You can sign up one of three ways:
- Post your best fish pictures along with any details of the catch (the fishing report)
- Key Tip: Make sure to use a headline that describes the catch as this is what Google will start indexing in regards to your picture(s). Also, make sure to write in some added details about your catch in the description.
- Share it with your friends on social media
- Wait for it to start showing up on Google images
Assuming you did a solid headline and wrote a detailed description, your picture will have a high chance of making it up the ranks in Google Images and perhaps even full Google web searches too.
See it all in action in the video below…
How To Get Your Fish Pics On Google [VIDEO]
Note: it can take anywhere from a week to many months (or to not at all) for Google to start showing your pictures in their image search and/or on their main search page. It all depends on the search term you are trying to get “discovered for” along with how well you write your headline and description. There are simply NO guarantees this will work every time.
If you want to have your own little blog page while having a great chance to see some of your fish pics on the first page of Google (images tab or the main page), then posting your fishing reports on the free Fish Strong app is a great way to do it.
Simply download the app, start posting your fishing pictures and fishing reports, and let Fish Strong and Google do the rest.
There’s nothing cooler than seeing yourself on Google!
Try it and find out.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Tight lines and see you in the Fish Strong community.
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