Msg#: 21192 posted 7:06 am on Jan 14, 2004 (gmt 0)
As cbpayne says, you can't directly; but you can do things to increase your chances. Your objective is to make sure that Google can tie your image down to a keyword.
Easiest way to do that is via the filename, followed by the alt text. Don't spam or keyword stuff it, but be descriptive.
So, for example, if you have a picture of a dog, don't just called it "dog.jpg", get the make of dog into the filename, so use "dog-labrador.jpg", and use the alt text correctly, so something like "A Labrador dog.".
Msg#: 21192 posted 4:36 pm on Jan 14, 2004 (gmt 0)
I have seen lots of hits on my site by this bot several months ago, but I have not seen any evidence of an update to Google images since a very long time. IMO, their image database is very poor as compared to all the others.