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...
Query Impressions Clicks
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?!