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Earned Media Platform Cision Adds Image Tracking With ShareIQ Purchase

Recently, Cision announced its recent acquisition of Berlin-based visual content performance platform ShareIQ provides with the technology to offer the first earned media platform that tracks visual well as textual content. Cision’s platform originally tracked tracked image performance for brands, based on text associated with the image via social media hashtags or written metadata. It did not [...]

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4 Concrete Ways To Use Images To Build Links

The idea that if you "create visual content and the links will follow," it'll be easy to get those links.  It's certainly a great sentiment, but realistically, it's not a guarantee that you'll get those links. If your plan to use images to earn inbound links is set to work, you'll need to make sure [...]

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Google Chrome Extensions Bringing Back ‘View Image’ & ‘Search By Image’ Buttons In Google Image Search

Last week, Google removed the "View Image" button and "Search by Image" feature from Google image search due to a copyright infringement concern with Getty Images.  But, by dealing with Getty in best way Google could think of, they inherently made internet quite unhappy with the search company.  With this change, searchers have certainly made their voice [...]

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Google Image Search Results Tests New Related Searches Box

Google is testing a new "related searches" box in the mobile version of the Google Image search results page.  Robin Rozhon spotted the change and posted a screen shot on Twitter of this new box.  I was able to replicate the new user interface. Here's what Robin's screenshot looks like: Here is mine: Google is frequently testing [...]

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Google Image Search Now Shows Videos And Recipes

Google is now showing videos and recipe data within the image search results.  This was originally something Google was testing earlier this year and now seems to have deployed it on mobile search. In a post by Aaron Bradley on Google+ seems to show this is derived from newly supported schema around your images.  You can now mark up [...]

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Google Mobile Image Search Adds New Quick Filters

Google Image Search has recently add another filter option to the mobile version of image search.  Under the search box, it gives you quick filter links to filter for the latest images, clip art, GIFs, colors and copyright.  It's possible to drag the bar to the left to show more color filtering options.  You'll find [...]

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