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How to do reverse image search?


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Reverse image search is a technique that allows users to find the related content of a specific image around the internet very easily. When you upload a photo from your computer and do a reverse image search, it will instantaneously show you nearly similar images of different resolutions and sizes. The images are virtually identical. You will see all identical images which are uploaded to varying websites including various social media networks. It can also be used to find amended and modified versions of an image. Reverse image search can be used to discover the origin of an image and even find the content creator. There are various reverse image search tools. They include Google, TinEye, Yandex Images, RevIMG, and Pixsy among others. Here will focus on the Google's reverse image se..

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Reverse image search is a technique that allows users to find the related content of a specific image around the internet very easily. When you upload a photo from your computer and do a reverse image search, it will instantaneously show you nearly similar images of different resolutions and sizes. The images are virtually identical. You will see all identical images which are uploaded to varying websites including various social media networks. It can also be used to find amended and modified versions of an image. Reverse image search can be used to discover the origin of an image and even find the content creator. There are various reverse image search tools. They include Google, TinEye, Yandex Images, RevIMG, and Pixsy among others. Here will focus on the Google's reverse image search.

How to use Google reverse image search

The Google's reverse image search is a modern and modified version of Google Image search. In Google Image search, the user types in the keyword to find the image while in Google reverse image search the user searches for related images by directly uploading an image or image URL. The benefits of using Google for reverse image search is that you get information about the exact image, first publishing date of the image, how popular the image is and which sites it can be found on the web. You can also use the Google reverse image search tool to find an apartment, the name of unlabeled products, to identify plants, animals, or to figure out the name of a celebrity, and more. The Google reverse image search is available on Chrome 5+, Firefox 4+ and Internet Explorer 9+. Below are four easy methods you can use to reverse search an image on Google.

Method 1: Upload the image to Google Images

  1. Go to images.google.com
  2. Click on the 'camera icon' in the search box.
  3. Click 'Upload an image.'
  4. Click 'Choose file' and browse through the image from your computer, select the image and upload it to Google image.
  5. Get the reverse image search results which may include different sizes of the image, sites with similar content and visually identical images to the image that has been searched.

Method 2: Drag and Drop the Image.

  1. Go to images.google.com
  2. Browse the image from your computer to select the image.
  3. Hold the image with the mouse, drag it and drop the image from your computer into the Google image search box
  4. Get the reverse image search results.

Method 3: Use Image URL

  1. Go to images.google.com
  2. Click the 'camera' icon.
  3. Copy the image URL that you want to reverse search, paste it into the "paste image URL" field.
  4. Click on "Search by image" option to get the reverse search image results.

Method 4: Right-click on the image on the internet

  1. Right-click on the image on the internet
  2. Select the "Search Google for image" option
  3. You will be directed to the Google's reverse image search page direct from your browser to get the reverse image search results.

It is crucial for a web owner to understand how to do reverse image search. This technique will help to measure the impact of your content marketing as the reuse of your images is a sign that you're content has resounded with your audience adequately. You could also use the list of sites that have your image, to build links back to your website.



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