Google Images has Free Porn?

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Friday Feature Photo: SoCal Glamour Girl Tessie Tarrentino

Friday Feature Photo: SoCal Glamour Girl Tessie Tarrentino looking sexy and making me want that cupcake!

Have you ever gone to Google Images and searched for naked women, sex, sexy, boobs, butt, sexy women…yeah, you get the idea.  Yup, you can basically get free porn on Google. Or at least free adult images. You can prevent this, or make the free images work for your site.

Because of the way images register in search engines, there is a good chance that your adult images are being listed on Google Images. When you add pictures to your site, they are often inserted with alt tags, and descriptions, which make searching for images on your site easier. It also gives you better SEO and helps your page ranking. Those tags also ensure your placement on Google Images.

Adult images will not automatically appear in a search.  There is an automatic filter set to “Safe search moderate” that will filter out any truly adult graphics.  But you can easily change the setting and turn off any filtering.

When someone looks at the image, it is a preview that is linked to the host site. If they click “Full size image” it will often open it to a web page that only shows the photo on the page. This makes it very easy for someone to use the image on their site or download it.

Why this is good

  • Get more traffic to your site.
  • Good page ranking via images, SEO.
  • More exposure.

Why this is bad

  • People using your image without permission.
  • People taking the image without going to the site.
  • You get no money from Google Images.

Having your pictures appear in the image gallery is not necessarily the best thing, especially if you are a member-based site. You want people to pay to see your images, not get them for free through an image aggregator.

What you can do

  • Keep all your images behind a members-only wall.
  • Code your images so when people open them up, it goes to your website instead of just showing the image.
  • Watermark your image with your web address.

The best thing to do is watermark any image that appears in the free section of your site.  That way ,if they come up in Google Images, they will have your web url on the image.  This will help prevent people from using your image without your permission, and if they do, you are getting your website out in front of more people. If you are worried, best to talk to your web designer about it. Many of them have cool tricks to bypass this, or other methods they can use to direct people to your site.

The Friday Feature Photo from SoCal Glamour Girls uses the watermark method. All of their photos are branded with the site name.  Also if you try to view the images from their website with the easy, right click “view image” method. All you will get is the frame the picture is framed in on the main page.  It is a great example of creative coding to prevent image theft.


Friday Feature Photo: SoCal Glamour Girl Tessie TarrentinoFriday Feature Photo: This weeks feature photo is the very sexy Tessie Tarrantino from SoCal Glamour Girls. SoCal Glamour Girls is an online magazine and social network of sexy women. The site is beautifully put together with tantalizing content from the very first page.  But the site isnt just sexy pics, you actually get to talk to the girls.  SoCal Glamour Girls is embracing the newest trend in the adult industry and that is engagement.  The girls come online and you can talk to them via chat and web cam.  Then you can continue your conversation on Twitter, as they all have Twitter accounts.  This is a great site to both see and interact with beautiful and sexy women.

Go to their website: www.socalglamourgirls.com

Follow them on Twitter: @SCGlamourGirls

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