Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Waj Khan, Dec 5, 2017.
i am also using Shuttlecock images for some new tricks without water mark
You get totally free images from this site
Most people take their own pictures to avoid copyright issues. Royalty free websites are also a great option. Apart from that you can always buy images to get the rights to use them in your blog. However, taking your own is the way to go. Hassle-free honestly.
You can purchase images from many different places . I have always made my own videos.
if you want to go down extreme path, u can search for shutterstock image downloader that helps to remove watermark and use it freely
Just google "free photos" and you'll get hundreds of free sources.
Will this have a negative effect on SEO?
Never had any problem.
I use royalty free images from different free image provider. Here is a good list you can try https://blog.snappa.com/free-stock-photos/
In my case, I either use stock images or create my own in Photoshop.
There are free photos packs in the download section of this forum, pexels photos is good too (google them)
Search in google "70+ Source of Royalty Free Stock Photos for Your Themes, Website and Blog"
I use images from Pexels, Stokpic, Life of Pix, they are free to use and legal for both personal or commercial use. Also, they have a regular update.
I personally prefer unsplash and pixabay. These are royalty free sites so you won't get into trouble.
Royalty free images are good to use.
I was just about to say that. The odds of a copyright strike are very low. Plus for some niches, it's hard to find images on the royalty-free pictures' websites.
Appsumo usually has an offer from a company that provides pictures. I usually purchase a package when available.
search copyrighted free images on google or those images which have remix copyright available so then you remix those images and then they will look like new images, you can use them on your website plus embed videos on your website from youtube.
Websites like free pic, Flickr, Getty images, Consider looking in Flickr creative Commons they have free pictures
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