• Resolved Anthony Acker


    We reorganized and designed our website about a month ago and when we did this (new theme, images, updates etc) we switched to your SEO pack. We like it better then Yoast in several areas and are looking to purchase your expansion to get local and a few other services.

    We have noticed in that time that none of our images are getting indexed by Google. As we work through improving our SERP’s back to our old position we are turning to getting our images indexed.

    We have used Elementor on this design to save time and add features easier then programing our own HTML. Yoast also has a sitemap for images. We would like to not get another plugin with image sitemap if possible. Thank you!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer


    Hi there!

    I’m not sure where you’ve obtained this information. But, I’m glad you’ve shared your website’s URL so that I could perform my investigation.

    With that, I found that many, many images of your site are indexed; quite a lot more even since this month.

    Try this search query in Google, and then switch to their image search:


    The images should lead to the page where they’re first spotted.

    Via the “tools” setting in Google Search, you can also filter by time spotted.

    Google image search by time

    An image sitemap isn’t necessary for most websites, because spiders are well equipped to discover images automatically nowadays ๐Ÿ™‚

    I hope this alleviates your concern! Happy holidays ๐ŸŒŸ

    P.S. The minifying plugin on your site is affecting the robots.txt file negatively. I recommend setting an exclusion or informing the plugin author.

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