SEO Guide for Remodeling Companies 4/8: Image Alt Tags, Schema, and Citations

If you’re going down the rabbit hole of SEO for your company, then you’ve probably heard of schema, alt tags, and citations. In this video, I give a brief overview of what these things are and how you can go about setting them up properly. The essence of my message is that optimizing for customer experience is the way to get the best results even if you aren’t a seasoned SEO professional.

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