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images for adsense blogs

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by joel122, Jul 30, 2016.

  1. joel122

    joel122 Regular Member

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    What kind of images are all you guys using for adsense blogs? What are your image sources? Would really love some feedback to this.
     
  2. joel122

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    Anyone? Would love some feedback on this!
     
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    Freestyl3R Newbie

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    Hi. here is an list of sites where you can search for :
    Royalty Free Images for Your WordPress Blog Posts, on some of these sites you can use without any contribution whats means you dont need to put under your every image in you post any link back for the image owner. Before you start download and post them on your blog post or page make sure to read the license agrements!

    1. Flickr
    - here you can find easily royality free images. after you search for and image just sort them by license, just put "Commercial use alowed" and next put "SafeSearchOn" thats still not mean the image is totaly free! after you post your image you need to add contribution to the owner. thats mean you need to put under you post the flickr id of the image owner with link back to hes flickr profile and the name of the picture with the link back to the license what you can find on the right side on above the flickr image, its something like "Some Rights Reserved".

    2.NewOldStock
    3.PhotoPin
    4.Unsplash
    5.Pixabay
    6.stock.xchng
    7.PickupImage
    8.SplitShire

    for more information about how and where to get free images you will find many tutorials on youtube or google.

    I hope it was helpfull, my first assistance at blackhatworld :)
     
  4. joel122

    joel122 Regular Member

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    Really appreciate it! thanks!
     
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    mkilic Newbie

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    Pexels.com is a great source for pictures as well! I use it for Instagram Marketing. Hope it Helps!
     
  6. flowwx

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    Hey, unsplash.com would be an alternative choice, too. What is your hosting provider though? If you are hosted through off-shore servers, then you do not really need to worry about using copyrighted images - but it's better safe than sorry. Good luck!
     
  7. joel122

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    Thanks appreciate it! Currently using Godaddy as a hosting provider. This would mean that all sources mentioned in this thread would need me to give credit to the original owner of the picture correct?
     
  8. flowwx

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    I don't know about the other sources, but when it comes to unsplash, you do not need to give credit back. They are "do-what-you-want" pictures. The only drawback is that their photo stock is pretty narrow, but if you disregard that, they are pretty fine and I can definitely vouch for them.

    Be careful with GoDaddy though. They are pretty strict when it comes to things like these.