Yahoo image search
The new image search allows you to find photos available for re-use using the Creative Commons licensing terms using a standard Yahoo Images search. Simply look for the "Any Usage Rights" label along the left sidebar and select "Labeled for Reuse."
Yahoo has unveiled new Image and video search results page layouts and features, based on a redesign, reengineering, and a new partnership with Getty Images. Features include autoplay video previews, a quality badge, and more.
Yahoo has updated its image search with two significant new features. Searchers can now scroll infinitely through the results and share images they like on either Facebook or Twitter. Yahoo is the last of the major search sites to add such features.
Yahoo introduced redesigned search result pages yesterday. The new, simpler look adds tabs beneath the search box, allowing you to view images, video, or news or other results. Yahoo also lets you filter searches by time and trending searches.
Vertical search engines offer huge potential opportunities for publishers, yet many organizations fail to take advantage of them. The potential traffic may be smaller, but there's less competition in image search, product search, news search, and other verticals.
Featured posts to the Search Engine Watch blog in the past week, along with recent search-related headlines from around the Web.
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Continuing our four-part series on the special information sections creeping into general search results, today we take a look at Yahoo Shortcuts.