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Google Image Search Knowledge Panels Now Live

A few weeks ago we reported Google was testing knowledge panel expandable elements within Google Image Search preview results. Well, now it is live and Google announced it on its blog. I personally can see it live now in the mobile Google Image Search results; here is a screen shot: …

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Google Tests Product Image Thumbnails On Desktop

We’ve seen Google show product image thumbnails on the mobile results, it happens a lot. But desktop search results is less common, at least in the main search results snippets. Here is a screen shot from Andrew on Twitter showing Google testing this again. I personally tried to replicate this …

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Google Test Images Within Google Web Search

Ask Jeeves does it well, so now who is playing follow the leader? There is a thread at SEO Chat named Google Image Suggestion which describes a member (who has been at SEO Chat for as long as I can remember) who sees Google Image results at the top of …

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Google Images In Main SERPs

Some news I left out yesterday, was that Google officially announced that they are including Google image results in the main search results when they find it relevant. We had reports of Google testing this back in late december when I wrote Google Test Images Within Google Web Search. Now …

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Time to Optimize your Images for Google

Now that Google images are found in the main SERPs when conducting a normal Web search, it is time to look for ways to optimize your images for Google. Although, we discussed this in the past, there are new threads popping up on the topic, as an alternative way to …

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Picsearch to Power MSN Image Search

Recent news to spread across the blog-wire is that Picsearch announces collaboration with MSN. Picsearch and its “Psbot” crawls the Web to find images to include in its index. Picsearch powers several engines including Ask Jeeves and Lycos Europe, so MSN is a major contract for them. I actually had …

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