July 20, 2010 by Post Team
The new format, called search ads only appear only on Google Images, for now, but Ben Ling, director of Google’s search products, said the company would consider the adoption of the format to other products, including motor search for the company.
The new ads are the latest in a series of moves by the Mountain View, California, Google to squeeze additional revenues from its Internet products different. The company said it expects the new ad of a premium on simple search ads that are currently available on Google Images, but declined to provide further details.
Like the text ads in search of Google.com ‘s search results page, the image search ads will be clearly marked as sponsored search results and away from the unpaid results.
Google also said it was the redesign of the images from Google, which serves more than one billion page views a day. The redesign, which will be launched through this week, has a faster user interface that displays up to 1,000 images on a single page.
The new interface features a new panel “hover” or pop-up that will make it easier for users to quickly see a larger view of a selected thumbnail. The new design also will allow users to quickly click on the website that contains a selected image.
Google shares are down about 25% this year amid concerns about the rate of growth of the company, intense regulatory scrutiny in Europe and the U.S. and questions about the company’s ability to generate revenue from mobile Web.
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