• Image Optimization – How To SEO Images Tips
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    Image Optimization – How To SEO Images Tips

    Hello and welcome, my name is Chris Palmer and in today’s video, I will teach you some image optimization tips And also how you can optimize your images for SEO and I’ll give some image optimization tips for 2020 so let’s just get right into the information so First and foremost the most important thing and something that I’ve learned over time is when optimizing your images You might want to add some text To your image now. I want to go ahead and show you a cloud Api that Google has been using if you hop on over to the cloud vision and I want to go ahead and…

  • Google Search by Image comes to Windows Phone
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    Google Search by Image comes to Windows Phone

    well guys how are you doing selling his video i would like to demonstrate and your future it has been painted to match searcy its recent updates and just for this if you have to know what net ruchi is it’s simply eg google search application for windows phone that you can use to search the web cues and images using the concerts of course the occupants application is really quickness paulson and for the images results you have the possibility to save the pictures to your phone or shaded by your favorite networks unfortunately i’m not going to present the whole occupation this video company already done that in…

  • Specifying an image’s license using RDFa
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    Specifying an image’s license using RDFa

    Hi everyone. Last week on Google Image Search, we introduced the ability for users to filter their results down to images that are just available under particular licenses such as Creative Commons, the GNU Free Documentation License, and even some public domain images as well. So, as a webmaster, you might be asking yourself the question: “Well, I have images, and how exactly do I go about staging them so that Google Image Search can parse it all apart and figure out that a particular image is covered under a particular license?” And it’s a very good question. The simplest way to do this, and I’m going to introduce today,…

  • How to remove an image from Google Images
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    How to remove an image from Google Images

    Hi. I’m Jeff, and I’m a consumer experience specialist at Google. Today I am going to teach you how to remove an image from Google Image search results. Google Images is not the source of the images in our search results. Instead it crawls the web for images to include on the results page. The best way to have an image removed from Google Image search results is to have it removed from the site on which it’s hosted. If you own the site, you can remove the image from the site yourself, or use robots.txt to block Google from crawling the image. If you don’t, you can contact the…

  • Google Image Search
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    Google Image Search

    Hi everybody. My name is Peter Linsley, I’m a product manager at Google, working on image search. Now what we thought we’d do today was to run over some slides that I presented at SMX West in February 2009. Just a couple of weeks ago. And the slides were very, um, sort of a high level introduction to image search. So first of all I thought we’d run through the presentation that I gave at SMX West and then afterwards I’ll run through some of the questions that came up that seemed like topics of interest to the webmasters. Okay, so I’ll start the presentation. So first of all, our…

  • How to Do a Reverse Image Search From Your Phone
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    How to Do a Reverse Image Search From Your Phone

    Image Search is the ability to search on a term and find images related to what you typed. Most search engines offer it. But what if you have an image and want to know its origin, or find similar photos? That’s called a reverse image search. Google’s reverse image search is a breeze on a desktop computer. Go to images.google.com and click on the camera icon. You can then paste in the URL for an image you’ve seen online, upload an image from your hard drive, or drag an image from another window. But what about when you’re on a mobile device and want to do a reverse-image lookup? There…