As we approach 2019, it’s time for Google to reveal our search habits for another year. And while you’d imagine a late flurry of searches for “no-confidence motion” with today’s political drama, it didn’t quite come in early enough to make the cut. Unsurprisingly it was sporting drama that mainly dominated UK search engines, with England’s unexpectedly strong performance in Russia fueling searches for “World Cup” – the most searched for term of 2018. Elsewhere, Prince Harry’s wedding led to the second and third most popular search terms – “Royal wedding” and “Meghan Markle,” while “Black Panther” and “Roxanne Pallett” rounded out the top five. Surprise gaming hit Fortnite narrowly missed out, fini
Many royal search terms made the cut of top search terms in the U.K., according to Google. With the royal wedding this year between Prince Harry and the American, Meghan Markle, there is no surprise that the term “Meghan Markle” tops the list for Google’s people searches in the U.K. Google has released details of the most googled terms in the U.K. and Meghan Markle tops the list for the most searched person in 2018. It is also the second time that Meghan Markle’s name has headed to the top of Google’s “top trending people” list, according to the Daily Mail. For those who are wondering, second place was filled by Celebrity Big Brother contestant Roxanne Pallett. Demi Lovato came in at No. 3 on the list of most searched people in the U
Back in March, the Google Lens feature arrived on all the iOS devices, in the Google Photos app. Now, the visual search feature is rolling out on the Google app for iOS users. The new implementation of Google Lens in iOS devices is different from what we previously saw in the Google Photos app. The Google app features a live viewfinder whereas, the Lens feature in Photos app required users to capture an image first. For the first time, users will be asked to grant camera permission for the app and agree to other terms and services. Afterward, Google will showcase tutor all the features of the Lens. Google Lens is an image recognition tool that uses AI techniques and deep machine learning to identify the content of the image. At the Google I/O 2018, many of Google Lens feature was show
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[jetpack_subscription_form title=" " subscribe_text="Join our Site and get Free content delivered automatically each time we Publish "] Have you ever been in a situation in which you have an image and no other information? You want to know more about an image like from where it comes from, or what does it represent or anything related to that image. But you can’t do so because the image is all you have and there is no content to search about on Google. This is where the concept of Reverse Image kicks in. The reverse image search is a concept of searching by providing an image as an input and getting more information about it as output. So here we are going to discuss how to do it and what are some best Reverse Image Search Engine available in the market. Here are the Best Reverse
By doing a regular SEO audit to determine the visibility and potential of a website's search engine performance. Photo: PixabayJOHANNESBURG â Ever wondered how to ensure better search engine rankings? The answer is simple, by doing a regular SEO audit to determine the visibility and potential of a website's search engine performance. It also helps businesses keep their websites up-to-date with the latest trends in search engine marketing and ahead of their competitors. The SEO environment is ever changing, what works today may not work tomorrow. Google is constantly changing its ranking algorithm in accordance with new search patterns and an audit will therefore help businesses stay relevant. A comprehensive SEO audit is the fastest, most efficient way to determine why a website isn'
By JK Schmidt - December 7, 2018 The long wait for the first look at Avengers: Endgame finally ended today, showing the aftermath of Thanos' decimation and the heroes left to suffer. But we finally get to see some missing heroes joining the fray with the inclusion of Hawkeye and Ant-Man. The trailer makes it clear that Ant-Man was thought missing after Thanos' snap, but everyone who watched Ant-Man and the Wasp knows he was simply stuck in the Quantum Realm. However, there's something funny about the scene that indicates Scott Lang's absence that one fan noticed. In the scene where Bruce Banner is going over the missing heroes, a headshot of Scott Lang pops up. And this Twitter user noticed that it's the same photo that pops...
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the online visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine’s unpaid results often referred to as “natural”, “organic”, or “earned” results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a website appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine’s users; these visitors can then be converted into customers. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, video search, academic search, news search, and industry-specific vertical search engines. SEO differs from local search engine optimization in that the latter is focused on optimizing a business’ online presence so that its w
Google has lost data in the Google Search Console’s search analytics and performance reports starting on Dec. 1 . Specifically, Google said image search data was lost because of a bug. It is not clear how much data was lost and over what period of time but we do know that when you filter your search analytics and performance reports by image search, on Dec. 1, it may be missing some reporting data. What Google confirms. Google posted on the data anomalies page, “December 1 onward: Some data for clicks in Google Images from mobile devices was dropped. This change only affects Search Console reporting, not your actual performance on Google Search.” John Mueller from Google confirmed that this was a bug and not an intentional change to how Google reports on ima