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Sunday, December 4, 2022

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Google Images best practices

Google Search Central has published a new document featuring ‘Google Images best practices’. The GCS team says, “Google Images is a way to visually discover information on the web. Users can quickly explore information with more context around images with new features, such as image captions and prominent badges. By adding more context around images, results can become much more useful, which can lead to higher quality traffic to your site. You can aid in the discovery process by making sure that your images and your site are optimized for Google Images. Follow... [...]

‘Google image search changes: making life easier for publishers’ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “Google image search changes: making life easier for publishers”. Christopher Ratcliff says, “This is just a quick one for all you bloggers and publishers out there. If you’ve run into problems from accidentally, or not-so-accidentally, using images under copyright from a routine image search, Google has just made things a lot easier for you. In amongst the image search options, Google has just added a search by ‘usage rights’ field“. Google image search changes: making life easier... [...]