Search In Pics: Google’s Virtual Supermarket, The Internship Screening & Google’s Internet Switch

In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the Web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more.

Google’s Internet Switch:

google-turn-off-internet-switch-1369828416 Source: Google+

Google’s Virtual Supermarket In The News:

google-supermarket-zurich-1370001567 Source: Google+

The Internship In Movie Theaters:

the-internship-debut-1369914871 Source: Google+

Louis Gray’s Android Shrine:

louis-gray-android-collection-1369741712 Source: Google+

Related Topics: Channel: Industry | Search In Pictures


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  • Jill

    I have a question that is a little (OK a lot) off topic but I would love to ask you. I have a few pages on my sites that have about as much content as this page (i.e. 4 pictures and a few lines of text) and I was told in Google forums that my content is too thin. I see that it works for you: Is it because your site is successful enough so you can afford to do it? or is it because your images are big or do you no index these pages? Any tips on making this work will be much appreciated!


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