I am a photographer, I just completed a shoot and I`ve made some scaled down versions of a few photos from that shoot, added my copyright/metadata etc. I thought I would post an article on my blog and create a Project on LinkedIn to talk about the shoot to include text and photos.
1. Do I want to do a little spinning of the text content so it`s not counted as duplicate content?
2. File Name vs. ALT attribute: Since I want to be found for the type of photography that was shot in each photo (for example, one photo might be a corporate portrait vs another which is architecture interior vs another which shows a product or service), what strategy should I use for name and ALT tags:
If the photo contains an action shot of an employee working, do I want to name the file based on what I want to be found for eg: commercial-photographer-xyztown.jpg and for the ALT tag include information about what is in the photograph or do the name and ALT need to be closer related?
3. What is the spam-o-meter limit on file names?
Goal: For linkedIn, I want to post a complete account of the project, I don`t know if Google will spider it or not and that`s not as important as having the project listed in my profile is.
For the SE`s; I`d like the photos to come up in a picture search for example: commercial photographer xyztown or architectural photography xyztown.