How to Get Ranked for Google Images and Break the Google Image Frame

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Hi there.

What a great week for online profits?  I'm on Day 17 of The 100 Day Challenge and I feel more productive and energized than ever before.  Could it be that I'm checking off my goals faster than ever and creating more goals and accomplishments than ever before?

The 100 Day Challenge – the doors are closed, but Gary Ryan Blair has put together a remarkable program, and he opens the doors the last 100 days of the year (it's like New Year's Resolutions in Reverse).

While I was surfing around last night, I found a site that was displaying my site: Super Affiliate and around it was Google Adsense and lots of banners.  I thought this looks like my site but I'm not getting paid for those ads.

And then, upon investigation, the owner had put my site and many others inside a frame.  It's similar to Google Images when you search for images and there is a “frame” at the top and below the frame is the website.

So I did a little more digging, and I found a quick solution to get rid of ANY frames.. and that also means that if people find your images and click on it – it will get rid of the Google Frame as well.. (which means increased traffic.. increased buyers)..

All you have to do is paste some html code in between the head and /head in your html code.  If you're using WordPress, you would use your editor and find the php file called, “header.php” (usually).

And copy and paste this code in between:

<script type=”text/javascript”>
if (top.location!= self.location) {
top.location = self.location.href

And it works everytime!

How to Use This:

Let's say that you want to capitalize on the Halloween buying craze (and believe me, more and more people are buying their costumes online).   You find a Halloween Superstore that you want to promote and collect the affiliate commissions.

Add Keyword Information for Images

Now – put yourself in the shoes of your buyers..

If you are looking for Halloween Costumes, then you're probably searching the Google Images.  On your landing page, hubpage, or blog – you would insert the different images (or all of the costumes).

Step 1: Name the Image the Keyword that Your Buyer Will Type In

Step 2: Insert This Image between the description and fill out all the descriptions and titles of the image so it will appear in Google Images.  WordPress makes this very easy.

Now – when someone searches for these Halloween costumes – you'll get ranked on the images tab of Google.  And…

When people click on your image – it will break the Google Frame and tada – they have landed on your site.

Pretty Nifty Trick!

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