For an image I’m uploading in the Media Library there are additional images that follow. They will become a gallery like an image series instead of different images:
Title: Ice Moon World 1
Title: Ice Moon World 2
Title: Ice Moon World 3
The images are similar, the differences are revisions to the content (i.e. reposition an element. or recolor an element etc). So they must be the same filename and WordPress Title. My concern is with google duplicate content penalty so therefore the use of the numbers on the end of the Title (just a guess), and also for proper display in media library. I wonder if this is correct from SEO standpoint and within WordPress library.
Could I take the number off image #1 Title, i.e.
Title: Ice Moon World
Because I sort of want this as the defacto title without a number, such as in the Attachment Page post headline. Or does this throw it off.
With image #2, #3 and so on, should I forget adding the other image metadata (Alternative Text and Description) because it will be identical to #1 and again I’m concerned about duplicate penalty. So in the image series only image #1 has all standard WordPress field metadata of:
and subsequent images have only the Title. Or a caption when necessary and if it differs.
Finally I wonder if this numbering is better because the variations frequently exceed 10 in number and sorting could jump around
Title: Ice Moon World 02