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Let's say we have an image exhibition website that has got a lot of images but next to nothing content. The focus keyword for this website is "Artistic wallpapers". What would be the best approach w.r.t SEO for such a website.
Here are a few things I can imagine:
- Submitting sitemaps ( image and web )
- Having a good pagespeed score.
- Nice navigation
- sharing the website content on Social media.
- Having appropriate titles.
Having worked on all these things, what can be done if Search engines are picking wrong keywords ( For example views, votes, ratings) Can anything be done so that Search engines don't track these specific items? Also, is it a good practice to have all the pages submitted to Search engines at once?