Like.com focused to perform site search through image such as clothes, bags, shoes, and other things.
"We are happy to welcome Like.com in Google, in which they will work with our promotion team," Andrew Pederson, Google's spokesman said.
"We are impressed with the technology they build and their domain popularity will build a strong e-commerce experience for our users, advertisers, and partners," he added.
Despite the purchase, Like.com will operate separatingly from Google.
Google's interest in sites like Like.com started from November 2006 when they launched Riya, which is seen by many people as a respons to Bing, search site from Microsoft.
Last week, Bing has started to power search results in Yahoo! North America, as the two technology firms are joining power to compete with Google.
Yahoo! and Microsoft already works together to compete with Google.
Under the agreement, Yahoo! will use Microsoft's search engine on the site, while providing a global service for the advertisers.
ComScore data shows that Google's rank has decreased in July, from 65.8% to 66.2%.
Google's lost can fuel Yahoo! who have 17% shares from the search engine market. While Bing is in the third rank with 11%.