Click on bulk navigation on the app. Choose your pattern from the given example. There are different patterns. You can combine two of them like [product_title]-[product_vendor]-custom text
You can search your product by name from the search box under bulk image navigation. Update your alt according to the pattern and hit the save button.
Under the "product list" you have to choose your image and update it as per your needs. You can choose more than one product from the checkbox and update the alt in bulk using "Edit all" button.
We give you the 50 testing transaction in which you don't need to pay. After you have to choose a plan.
For the new plan active.
Up to 1000 Products Images Alt Updates the price will be $10
Up to 3000 Products Images Alt Updates the price will be $20
Up to 5000 Products Images Alt Updates the price will be $30
Up to 5000+ Products Images Alt Updates the price will be $40
If you want to upgrade your plan from bottom to Up
If your current plan is $10 and you already pay for it. Now you want the new up plan that is $20. In this case you just need to pay the the difference of the two plans. In this case you already have $10 plan and you want to upgrad to $20 then you just need to pay ($20-$10) $10 which is the difference of the two plans.
Applying an alt attribute on an image helps Google understand what an image is about to serve it in image results.
Alt text is a tenet of accessible web design. Its original (and still primary) purpose is to describe images to visitors who are unable to see them.
Using alt text on your images can make for a better user experience, but it may also help earn you both explicit and implicit SEO benefits. Along with implementing image title and file naming best practices, including alt text may also contribute to image SEO.
Okay alt text:
<img src="bird.png" alt="Rooster">
Better alt text:
<img src="bird.png" alt="Rooster crowing">
Best alt text:
<img src="bird.png" alt="Red-crested rooster crowing">
Okay alt text:
<img src="escalator.jpg" alt="man on escalator">
<img src="escalator.jpg" alt="man walking on escalator">
<img src="escalator.jpg" alt="man wearing backpack walking down escalator">
-> Describe the image as specifically as possible.
-> Keep it (relatively) short. max 125 characters
-> Use your keywords
-> Don't use images as text. Search engines can't read text within your images.
-> Don't include "image of," "picture of," etc. in your alt text.