I am working on optimizing content on my site ahead of opening up the content for Google to be able to crawl it. I have been going back to every blog post and image that members have added to try to add relevant tags that Google will find, but I realize that I am not sure what the tags should be. Should I repeat the name of the author of the photo (or is "added by X" which appears at the top, enough?) and the blog post? Should I repeat the name of the photo or post, and what about names and interesting words in the body of the text? Basically I wonder if Google already sees stuff like the name of the photo, who put it up, etc.. and what the tags actually do and what they should be focused on, with regards to Google crawling. Would appreciate any advice. Thanks! Nico
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