I’m not saying that every image is worth the same amount of space. I’m saying there are some that are worth more than others. Images that are a bit more complex, that have interesting shapes, or that are more than the average size, are worth more than the average space.
The thing is, most images will be just as good as a 3MB static image, and only be worth less space if they’re really complicated or have a lot of detail. So if you want to get your image into Google search results, you really need to get a lot of backlinks to it. There are a number of things that go into getting links and getting them into search results.
The first step is to create something that’s worth linking to, and that is something that your audience will link to. For example, if you have a 3MB image and would like to get lots of backlinks to it, then you should create a 3MB image with the text in a font you like, with the background image in a color you like, etc. It doesn’t matter what the text is, it doesn’t matter if the background is a solid color or not.
Another important thing is to create something that people will link to. A really good example of this is an image with a link. The image with the link is already a link, so creating a link is just a matter of linking it. If you go to a website that has lots of images with a link, you will find it easy to find it. If you go to a website that has lots of links, you will find it much harder to find it.
In other words, you don’t have to use a link to create an image. Instead of creating an image, you can create a link. You can create a link to your website to place in your image.
In the case of the image within an image, a link will usually be much easier to find in the first place than a link to the image itself. Because your image is already linked to, you can add text to your image. This text will automatically be associated with the link, and the link will be much easier to find.
A great example of this is the image within an image of the infamous (and much loved) image of the Virgin Mary.
A great example of the use of an image within an image is the picture above.