Simple Definition: Image count
Examples of How Image Count Data is Used
- Example 1: Images Per Page
- Example 2: Competitive Analysis
What We Do & What We Give You
Benefits of Our Data
The number of images found within the HTML of a page (but not within the CSS).
Our web crawler, scrapes and counts the number of images we find in HTML image tags on an accessible HTML/Text webpage.
Within the column for ‘image count’, the options or the values we would return in the fields / cells are as follows:
Between 0 and infinity
If no image tag due to the file type or the URL cannot be accessed
There are various reasons why you would want to look at Image Size Data, we have set out some examples below.
You can easily total the number of images and divide this by a total page count, to get the average number of images per page. You Can refine the page count by limiting it to indexable pages for example, or indexable + canonical pages.
You can further segment this in way you choose, such as by product page or blog post.
Using this metric in the context of competitive data, which we can also scrape for you, can provide a benchmark and tell you where you sit comparatively. This is especially useful when comparing content between a range of competing sites.
This is not a direct ranking factor but can provide some insight and opportunities for a site, especially when benchmarking against you competitors. Images are defined as having file extensions that qualify them as an image, such as but not limited to:
The list of guides below might be useful if you are analysing this data and want to know more about it:
Related column headers in Raptor website crawler reports:
There are several benefits to analysing image data, such as those listed below:
- Optimise images for SEO
- Use Raptor to find images
- Improve your image content
- Fix images with issues
- Audit a site’s images
- See how you compare to your competitors
- Scrape competitor image data
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