Now you can add them to Facebook, LinkedIn (single image only) and Twitter images when you plug them into our scheduling and posting tools. See how it works here: Now, instead of going into each platform to upload images and text, you can do it from a single dashboard while scheduling your post. Agorapulse scheduling dashboard with alt text
Agorapulse scheduling dashboard with alt text How to write alt image text You now know how to add it to your social media images, and you even have industry mailing list ways to do so. But what exactly are you trying to say ? Alt text should describe the image. While this may vary from person to person, you do want to highlight important parts of the image. Let's take a look at this colorful image from Unsplash:
Toddler in birthday hat cries as a small cake is brought to the beach There's a lot going on in this picture. They're on the beach, and you can see the sand, the toddler's beach chair, the toddler crying in front of the birthday cake, and the kids in the background. You could write this: The blond kid in a swimsuit and a dinosaur birthday hat cried when someone came up to him on the beach with a little white cake on a white plate, while another kid in the background watched.