Okay, so I was being really stupid here...
Here is some sample code from one of my articles...
<img src="../images/GirlInHat_150x133.jpg" width="150"
alt="Picture: Young Girl Wearing Hat. Credit: johndoe, Wikimedia Commons."
title="Picture: Young Girl Wearing Hat. Credit: johndoe, Wikimedia Commons." />
I created the alt and title tags to give proper credit to the person on WikiMdeia Commons who so graciously is sharing his/her photos with the world to use for free. And I wanted both screen readers and hover-overs to be able to see where I got the picture.
What I did NOT want was to have to put that information - in plain site - below each photo on my website as I feel it advertises too much that I don't have my own Photo Dept and it also distracts from *my* website?!
1.) If I don't properly site other people's pictures from WikiMedia COmmons then I'll get in trouble right?
2.) Will having these HTML tags in my markup screw up my SEO Ratings?
*Maybe* I don't understand what it is that I am looking at in Google's Webmaster Tools?
When I look under "Your site on the web" and then "Search queries" and the headers...
I only see a few "search queries" that match what is on my website, and the important keywords like "Small Business", "Entrepreneurs", "Women-Owned Small-Businesses", etc are nowhere on the list?!
My understanding is that that table is saying "Here are things that people search for randomly on Google and these are ones that *might* relate to your website.
If that is what the Google table means, then why would I see things like "Small Business", "Entrepreneurs", "Starting Your own Online Business", "Women Entrepreneurs" and so on in the results when I have those keywords and phrases listed throughout my website???
Yes, I have WikiMedia Commons images - with the HTML tags - that Google is clearly picking up, but what about the main content on my website?!
(If I Google certain terms on my website, I do often come up on the "Page 1 Results" and for some really specific phrases might come up in the "Top 5 Results", but when I look in Google's Webmaster Tools, the way I read things it makes it sound like my website sucks...)
What is going on?!