Search Engines Have No Vision - Play TAG, Your IT - Create Tags for better SEO from 2.0 sites


Most 2.0 sites allow tags for images including Crafthaus. Tags are an important tool to assist search engines to find your art or craft, but unfortunately this tool is under utilized.

Do your own test! Go to the search box at the top of your Crafthaus page, and type in words that describe your work (without using your name.) If YOUR images don't come back as "results," no one else can find your images either.


Crafthaus allows a lot of tags so begin by thinking about how people are likely to search for work like yours. 

What are the most important words? How would friends, fellow artists, curators or customers  describe your work?

Your tags may be redundant to your title and description, but that is good!  In the logic of search engines, redundant words add to their credibility.

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