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  1. Stimulate Your Search Marketing Creativity With the Random Input Technique

    Image Credit: Sigo Paolini/Flickr Search marketing is often a logical, market-driven endeavor. When we find ourselves in a search marketing rut, it's time to get a bit creative. and tarot cards, which are much richer in visual imagery.

  2. Pinterest Acquires VisualGraph to Boost Image Recognition

    Pinterest is refining its relevance capabilities with acquisition of startup company VisualGraph, an image recognition and visual search platform. Many speculate this move not only primes Pinterest to be a premier image search engine, but also an...

  3. 4 Ways to Expand PLA Success in 2014

    Marketers should test image varieties to determine what works best and ensure the image being used is relevant to the product being promoted. Google's Product Listing Ads (PLAs) have become one of the premier ways for online retailers to promote...

  4. Bing Hero Ads Turn Ads Into Landing Pages on Windows 8.1

    Then further to the right, you see links to: features, performance, design and customize each with a small thumbnail image to each. The new ads are a very visual ad unit within Windows 8.1 Bing Smart Search and are a great integration between...

  5. How to Find Free Images With Google's Advanced Image Search

    There are tools, many free, to check usage rights, like the TinEye reverse image search, that can help you locate additional information or creative commons usage. The image search results will provide you with a plethora of images to choose from.

  6. Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live

    Make sure all display text renders on the image when you hover over it (the alt attribute). Web designers know what the original design intent is, and they have an eye for the visual details. W3C-valid code is the one thing you can do prior to...

  7. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Google Goggles: The Goggles experience is improving rapidly in the wake of Glass and it's obvious that as image recognition becomes more refined and wearable technology more readily available, users are bound to become more reliant on visual search.