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Look out, ads are coming to Google Images search results

Digital Trends Tuesday, 17 May 2016
Look out, ads are coming to Google Images search resultsGoogle makes vast amounts of money from ads, and now it's about to make even more. The company said this week it's now including ads in its Images search results, a move set to please merchants looking for more sales from big-spending online shoppers.
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