Google related search links update today now making it more visual to help find perfect image or exactly what is you're looking for or explore your topic visually. "Related search links have been around for awhile--they're the row of blue links running across the top of your image search results."
"For example, when planning a trip to Greece, I may not know what places are worth a visit, so I search for [greece] on Image Search. Now, with more visual search links, I can hover over the links on the top of the results, like [santorini greece], and see a panel pop up with images of Santorini. Without having to type more words into the search box or clicking through, I can quickly glance at the pictures of Santorini. If I decide to click through, I find new links for further refined or related searches, such as [oia santorini greece] or [santorini greece sunset]. Now I'm sold, I want to see more Santorini images," explains Google.
You'll start to see these links whenever you search for images as we roll this change out globally over the next few weeks.
Also, for fellow concert-goers, now when you Google for bands or artists, "you may see upcoming concert tour dates right on the results page if they're playing in your area. If they aren't touring near you, the new results for concerts won't appear, but if the band happens to be coming to your town within the next few months, you can see the concert dates listed under the band's official website. You can then click on the band's official site to learn more or click on other web pages to learn more about the event or to buy tickets," informs Google.
Adding, "to find upcoming concert tour dates, we aggregate relevant data for events from multiple websites and show it under the band's official website with links to the event sites where you can find out more about the event or purchase tickets," google said.
"If you have a website listing upcoming events and would like them to appear in search, you should add rich snippets markup to your web pages. After following the instructions to mark up your events, use the rich snippets testing tool to test your markup and see how it would appear on Google."
This is currently available to those searching on google.com in English.