FeaturePics Unveils New Features for Image Search
Fremont, CA — Today at FeaturePics.com announced that a number of strategic search options have been added to its web interface. Updated search platform will ultimately provide people with better control over image results and include historic searches as part of the web-based interaction between the search engine and the consumer.
FeaturePics.com developed this product in an effort to improve photographer-user relationship by enabling photographers see the hottest image searches. Using this search component alone will bring photo contributors a better understanding of the needs and wants of the consumers. Tool has already proven itself invaluable during the “Beta” test version by the company’s own personnel.
“FeaturePics.com is making a commitment to deliver information not only internally, but to its photo providers as well” said Technology Development Leader, Elena Oryol “Photographers have asked FeaturePics.com since day one with regard to the most viewed and bought content – we are now one step ahead to our completion when it comes to providing this invaluable information.”
For consumers, FeaturePics’s implementation of the new “Smart” search platform that enables enhanced and simple way of finding images. Option also provides very interesting, and sometimes amusing, results combined into 10 most interesting searched at the end of the day.
In order to provide a superb search results at all times, images that have been clicked became a base for the selection of images that represents the search. Only searches that have been performed on the site are taking into account to avoid mixing results from search engines leads. This simple, yet comprehensive mythology allows users to find quickly and easily those images that have been “naturally” selected by fellow designers and other qualified professionals who browse FeaturePics’s image library on daily basis.
“Using historic search information supports better photographers in allowing people to identify worthy images, not just greater convenience” said Elena “Such adoption of selective information leads toward better consumer experience altogether”
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