Dimensions of Reverse Image Search on Google

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Reverse Image Search is a favorite way to find online traces of someone by their social profile photo.

But if you search by image on Google, you may be missing some results. Here is why and how to overcome that.

#1. When you upload an image, Google (annoyingly) shows its “explanations” – sometimes even offensive – like “hair loss.” For my friend @Infosourcer‘s Twitter profile picture in two different dimensions, it decides on “wildlife biologist” on one and “leisure” on the other. (Who needs this feature as it is?)
The “explanation” keywords is not an “innocent” addition, though

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