This post will show you how to geocode your images using Google’s “Picasa Web” service. The reason you want to do this is to make your Google Place page listing even more relevant. By geocoding your photographs you’re showing Google that your photos are associated with your business location. This is just one more Advanced Technique we use with our customers to help them move up the Google Maps Listing.
2) Once signed in, click on “Upload”
3) Title your album and click “Continue”
4) Click the “Choose photos to upload” button
5) Browse to and select your photos. Once selected, click “Open.”
6) Once your photos finish uploading click “Ok” in the bottom right of the window.
7) Next, click one of your photos you would like to geocode. (Important!)
8) On the bottom of the right column, find and click “Add Location”
9) Enter the address of the business (required). You can fine tune the pin by clicking and dragging it to the correct location. Click “Save Location” once the pin is in the correct location.
10) Refresh the webpage.
11) On the right side of the photo, verify that the Latitude and Longitude are set.
12) Add a caption to your photo.
13) Use your primary keyword and then click “Save Caption.”
14) Download your photo using the Download link noted in the graphic below. Save it to your computer where you can easily locate it.
15) Rename your photos using your main keywords. To separate words, use dashes (-) not underscores(_)
16) Lather, Rinse and repeat. You’re all done! The photos are ready to be uploaded to your business listing.