How is Veritent different to Google Images?

Veritent automates the process of searching for your images, so you don't have to spend your time manually searching for individual images and reviewing each result manually.

You could use Google Images to search for your images, but you would spend most of your time trawling through results. Lets put this in context...

You have 5,000 images which you consider to be high value, and you want to check them to make sure that they aren't being used by people who don't have the rights to them, or your clients are using them in a way which was agreed in their contracts.

As a professional, your time has a value attached to it. You charge clients £70 for an hour of your time. So every hour you spend manually looking for your images has a potential loss of your hourly rate.

If you really know what you're doing, and there are only a few results for your image, you can search for and review around 12 images an hour. This number significantly reduces if there are a high number of results, or the pages featuring your images are complex.

Now for some maths...

Number of Images checking
5,000
Hourly Rate
£70
Images searched per hour
12
Total hours needed to search for all
417
Cost of your time
£29,167

What's most important, is these numbers are if you just want to check your images once.

How and where your images are used will change all the time. An image could be checked on a Monday with no significant results, but that could have totally changed by Wednesday. You need to have continual automated searches to ensure you have a full understanding of how your images are used.

Veritent is an automated image search software, connecting to where you store and share images looking for where and how your images are used so you don't have to. Each result is analysed so you can get an idea of how your image has been used without having to go onto each result manually.

By flagging results for further action, you can manage anything you want to follow up on, ensuring you get the most value from your images.

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