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Google Image Search Tips & Tricks

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Searching for photos on Google Images is easy. Just type in a keyword or image into the search bar and click “Search.”

Here are some tips to help you get more out of your image searches.

If you’re looking for something specific, try searching by keyword. You can also use the “Images” tab at the top of the results page to find images based on certain criteria.

Find Images Using Keywords.

To find an image with a particular word in its title, type that word into the search bar. For example, if you wanted to find an image with the word “dog” in its title, you would enter “dog” into the search box.

Add Alt Text to Images.

If you upload an image to your website, make sure to add alt text to describe what the image is. This will help people who use screen readers (like those used by blind users) to read out loud what the image is.

Create an Account with Google+.

You can also use Google+ to share photos and other media. It’s free to sign up, so why not give it a try?

Use the “View Image” Button.

If you find an image you like, click on the “view image” button at the top right corner of the image. This will take you directly to the original source where you can view the photo in its full size.

Note: If you want to make some adjustments to the photo just let me know. I can do it for you at a very low cost. You can hire me to edit your photo

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