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Anyone know how to fool google image search into thinking an image is unique?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Porridge, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. Porridge

    Porridge Registered Member

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    I've tried changing every other pixel to a random color but google image search still finds matches.
    Anyone know how to bypass it?
     
  2. michaelr1988

    michaelr1988 Regular Member

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    I haven't tried to test this, so test it and find out. But you could try saving as different file name, save it as a different file type (jpeg, gif, png etc.) and paint on it with same colour as background. You could also try changing the size of it/cropping it slightly.

    Tell me if it works.
     
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  3. Porridge

    Porridge Registered Member

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    I've tried all of those things individually and in combination. The only thing that works (sometimes) is to change the dimensions of the image a lot but when you do that, the image looks like complete shit.
     
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    Derpinard Registered Member

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    Thanks for starting this thread op, I've also been wondering this for a while. I would also be extremely grateful if someone could share their solution on how to do it.
     
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    th0m4s Regular Member

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    Resize it and change format alongside addition of colors/watermark.
     
  6. Porridge

    Porridge Registered Member

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    I can't post links yet but if you google "How Google's Image Recognition Works" and click the first result, you can read more about their technology.
     
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    chalky123 Junior Member

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    Flip it, crop it, add watermark, change color .... simply :)
     
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    Maybe Watermarking Would help?
     
  9. Porridge

    Porridge Registered Member

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    50% of pixels with a random color yet they still find matches...
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  10. brianray14

    brianray14 Newbie

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    Haven't tested this myself, but I saw a tutorial where 50 google images where placed into TBS and it worked. Same with YT videos. If you want to check out the tutorial, go to matthew woodard on youtube and watch his "advanced tiered link building tutorial. Lots of other golden nuggets in there as well
     
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    morata Registered Member

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    use Picasa web editor to apply effects, crop, change name, type and drag it to the image search to see if its unique, which it usually does.
     
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    AmanTandon Newbie

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    yes i did research on this . Do you know like every system has a ip address in the same way every image has a unique address . Its very hard to change that . Now take a screenshot (postimage) and then do the modification as told by the people above . It will work .
     
  13. deathsache

    deathsache Newbie

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    I usually redo the picture in paint... flip and resize, then highlight any text areas and flip them back the original direction. If I shrink the picture a bit it still looks okay.
     
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    youtalkmedia Senior Member

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    go to Photoshop, resize the image to 150% (Google likes larger images) go to color balance, adjust all colors slightly (different amounts some put more some put less) add a border around the image, adjust the brightness slightly, adjust the contrast slightly.