Hello All! I wanted to share a method with you all today which has probably been shared somewhere else along the line, however, after doing a search I couldn't find any threads about it so I figured I'd just mention it again in the hopes that it would help some people out. Now I should say from the start that this is something that perhaps you shouldn't actually do because it might be a bit against certain rules. What I'm putting up here is just for reference; you guys and girls probably shouldn't put it into action How to Get High Quality Royalty Free Images without Spending a Cent...In Theory Most people who purchase royalty free images (mostly from huge libraries like istockphoto and canstock) - simply upload them directly to their websites or blogs, without taking the time to change the names of these files. With this knowledge we could - in theory - figure out a footprint we could use to search for and find an almost endless supply of royalty free images for you to pick up online, simply by clicking 'Save As'. In theory, ScrapeBox owners could take their chosen keywords and then merge them with the following footprints: inurl:istock -site:istock.com %kw% inurl:shutterstock -site:shutterstock.com %kw% inurl:jupiterimages -site:jupiterimages.com %kw% inurl:dreamstime -site:dreamstime.com %kw% inurl:fotolia -site:fotolia.com %kw% inurl:canstockphoto -site:canstockphoto.com %kw% Using the Google Image Grabber Add-On would then go out and find every upload file that has the royalty free provider name in the url while excluding any results from those sites themselves. This means that every file that's been uploaded on a wordpress blog, for example, that contains "istock" and your keywords will be scraped and saved right there on your HDD for you.These could then easily be re-used on your blogs or websites to compliment your own content. What about those without ScrapeBox? While it would take a while longer, in theory, even people without ScrapeBox could use this hypothetical method to their advantage. Simply plugging one of these footprints into the Google search box would yield a hefty amount of results. For example, you'd go to Google and in the search area type: inurl:istock -site:istock.com [Your Keyword Here] From there, all the user would have to do would be select 'Images' > Search Tools > Size > Larger than 1024x768 This, even without the use of any software, would also deliver a huge amount of royalty free images, ripe for the picking (or more accurately, right clicking!) that the user could use on their website or blog. Due to the general use of these royalty free images, a person could use as many as they like across countless pages on their blog and really change the whole look of their site, shifting it from a bland and boring blog to a colour-filled, kick ass corner of the web. This, of course, is all just a theory. But who knows, maybe it'll inspire you to take a few steps towards improving the overall look of your sites. I hope my theorizing has given you some food for thought, guys. Here's to thinking outside of the box! :beer: Feel free to hit the 'Thanks' or up some 'Rep' if you've now been inspired to brighten up your blog!