Posted by Jes.Scholz
Let’s play a game. I’ll show you an image. You type in the keyword to find the exact product featured in the image online. Ready?
Google her sunglasses…
What did you type? Brown sunglasses? Brown sunglasses with heavy frame? Retro-look brown sunglasses with heavy frame? It doesn’t matter how long-tail you go, it will be difficult to find that exact pair, if not impossible. And you’re not alone.
For 74% of consumers, traditional text-based keyword searches are inefficient at helping find the right products online.
But much of your current search behavior is based on the false premise that you can describe things in words. In many situations, we can’t.
And this shows in the data. Sometimes we forget that Google Images accounts for 22.6% of all searches — searches where traditional methods of searching were not the best fit.
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