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Juicy meaning a heavily searched on term? My image names are the same as my alt tags etc. Does this give that page a uniqueness amongst many other pages of similar file size within a site. The question for me at this time, is what makes one page different enough from another for the SE to consider it unique. For instance two pages with simialr content and file size but with differences as mentioned above will the image reference be enough. And if I do change the file size by actually adding a real image into the page, by what percentage do the pages need to differ to make them appear worthy of indexing. My theory is that se's like diversity. they want to see varying content on a theme but to what extent are they willing to go to determine this. Has any research been conducted into determining uniqueness?
Google is excellent at detecting like pages. I think they are indexing the html in one step and comparing it to other pages from your site to detect and strip templates.
Yes, juicy meaning a quality keyword. Determining what a quality keyword is for a image filename is very tricky. Think in terms of what people will search for when they do image searches. Also, if you are trying to get into the image search db's, go look at their format for images and see which one they like - it pays to do your homework on that aspect before submitting.
Sometimes I think the most common use of an image search is plagiarism. For instance, I've written before about a needlepoint site one of my clients runs -- and the copyright problems that the internet has thrown into the mix.
Artists and designers who were barely making enough to keep going before the internet now get ripped off on a regular basis.
So, I guess my attention has been more on avoiding getting images indexed and I couldn't imagine how anyone would want to get in the database.