Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries

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Google is now displaying image thumbnails in the main web search results page when you do food-related searches. It seems most searchers are seeing this now, something Google has tested one way another for months.

I do not think it is related to the new rich cards feature that is available for recipes and movies. It seems that this works on non-recipe websites as well, without the structured markup.

Here are pictures of how it looks for various food-related queries on both desktop and mobile Google results:

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Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries

google-photos-images3-ss-1920

Google is now displaying image thumbnails in the main web search results page when you do food-related searches. It seems most searchers are seeing this now, something Google has tested one way another for months.

I do not think it is related to the new rich cards feature that is available for recipes and movies. It seems that this works on non-recipe websites as well, without the structured markup.

Here are pictures of how it looks for various food-related queries on both desktop and mobile Google results:

greek-pistachio-desktop greek-pistachio bbq-ribs pesto

The post Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries appeared first on Search Engine Land.

Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries

google-photos-images3-ss-1920

Google is now displaying image thumbnails in the main web search results page when you do food-related searches. It seems most searchers are seeing this now, something Google has tested one way another for months.

I do not think it is related to the new rich cards feature that is available for recipes and movies. It seems that this works on non-recipe websites as well, without the structured markup.

Here are pictures of how it looks for various food-related queries on both desktop and mobile Google results:

greek-pistachio-desktop greek-pistachio bbq-ribs pesto

The post Google now displays image thumbnails next to search snippets for food-related queries appeared first on Search Engine Land.