I've noticed that pages in my websites that do not rank well after the Google change, still has high ranking images in image search.
In fact most of the pages I have the first or top ten images in image search. I just made an article yesterday and can't find my article at all in web search.
Yet I'm the first image in image search for the same key words! I'm talking about both Google web and image search functions.
Do images go by a different set of rules to get ranked?
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by ofmelancholy6 years ago
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