Google Comes with Faster Image Search

Undoubtedly, Google is a web giant and they know what people love is, update. They perceived people looking for images, most of the time, want to browse through so many images and they also want to look both at the images their metadata, which is the detailed information about the images.

Giant Google has recently redesigned Google images based on the feedback from booth users and webmasters. Google intended to provide a better search experience for all. Now we can see Google displays the results in an inline panel and it’s faster, more beautiful and reliable. Users are now able to flip quickly through a set of images using the keyboard.

There are several benefits for the webmasters:

• Now, Google display detailed information about any image, which is known as metadata, right below the image in the search results. Previously, Google would redirect the user to the separate landing pages.

• This new update features some key information next to the images including domain name, hosting name and the image size.

• The domain name is clickable and a new button has also been added to visit the page whence it is hosted. This means there are now 4 clickable targets to the source page instead of just 2. With the new update, a net increase in the average click-through rate to the hosting website has been noted.

• The source page won’t load behind as the background of the image. It apparently speeds ups the experience for users and reduces the load on the server of the source website. It also improves the accuracy of webmaster metrics such a pageviews.

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