• http://www.blockbusterdiva.com/ MiciROX

    You’re pretty one track minded yourself. And heck I’m not a hypocrite, if I founded Google and I can make billions, I’d do it.

  • sstojanoski

    50% drop in visitors and revenue. That’s all I’m gonna say.

  • Nashua Indigo

    agree and the other fact is that google is now showing Full Size Images as well

  • Nashua Indigo

    Who cares who starts first, the fact is that Google does everything to make it hard for a publisher and web developer, first the panda update, now they break it by theirself with this new search images thingy. So the only option is to disallow google bot images

  • http://twitter.com/Mushfiq Mushfiq

    I lost more than 60%. I am so angry !

  • http://twitter.com/helleborine helleborine

    Bing is also terrible, they provide pirate-webmasters with an API that lets them scrape Bing results.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=541392055 Ryland Bacorn

    Is this affecting my “Google Referrals” traffic?

  • http://www.finediningindian.com/ Supriya

    this indeed good one if we use the alt tag ,description of images properly and can drive more traffic to site as well

  • Deboti Chowdhury

    It is true with the previous image view, we had to click a lot. But I don’t understand this – “The domain name is now clickable, and we also added a new button to visit the page the image is hosted on. This means that there are now four clickable targets to the source page instead of just two. In our tests, we’ve seen a net increase in the average click-through rate to the hosting website.” – the domain of a particular image was reachable with the previous view as well. I myself have reached so many domains with image search.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jada.brooks Jada Brooks

    A month later and I still haven’t got my clicks back. Lost between 15% and 25% traffic after the new Google Image Search, and this while my images are still indexed and appearing on top of the page.