Published On: Fri, May 13th, 2011

Redirect Image Search Traffic from Google to your Post

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Image search is probably one of the most important aspects of Google search engine.

Recently Google introduced a system wherein a user who is searching an image doesn’t really need to browse across the website and the image loads in a frame, undoubtedly its a great feature for a user (searcher) but is a big traffic loss for the webmaster.

All webmasters know how important is legitimate traffic but losing that traffic just because your website is in background of that image frame doesn’t really make sense.

A lot of webmasters have implemented a simple script wherein you can break out of frames.

Break-Out-Of-Frames is a WordPress plugin that adds a small piece of javascript code to the head of each web page, so that it can break out of foreign frames.

You can download Break Out Of Frames from here.

For those who aren’t wordpress users or blogger can use the following simple code for the websites to break out of frames ie., redirect image search from google to your post;

<script type=”text/javascript”>
<!--
if (parent.frames.length > 0) { parent.location.href = location.href; }
-->
</script>

Code inclusion needs to be between your <head> </head> section of your website code.

It maybe noted that above method also helps you redirect users to your site from those websites too which use your content in a frame in their websites.

About the Author

- Sunny has been in the Web Development Industry from 2002 and knows what it takes when it comes to building Websites. He is known in the industry for always helping out others and establishing strong business relations. Sunny run's a network for more 100+ websites under different niche and advertising platform. This website being his first website, he often takes time from his busy schedule to maintain it and blog regularly. You can read more about him at his About Me page.

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