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Using images on your website

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Axioms, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. Axioms

    Axioms Junior Member

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    For anyone who has pictures on your website, do you consider DMCA policy before posting? Is that a concern? And people who are using royalty free pictures, where do you guys find them?
     
  2. blackcatburgular

    blackcatburgular Junior Member

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    you can do a advanced Google search to find Royalty free images
     
  3. blackcatburgular

    blackcatburgular Junior Member

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    there is also some free stock image websites you can use, but they can be hit and miss.
     
  4. Axioms

    Axioms Junior Member

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    I would use with caution because not all images you find is from the original source.
     
  5. airforceone2

    airforceone2 Newbie

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    Royalty free images. And if you are good at Photoshop you can edit the image to the point it is no longer under the ospices of copywriter material.
     
  6. Ambitious12

    Ambitious12 Elite Member

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    See images can create chaos if you copy or steal from other websites so just be careful when you are about to posting the images.
     
  7. serplogix

    serplogix BANNED BANNED

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    Use google advanced image search to find good images. But then, instead of copying it as such, upload the image to tools like canva ( if you're not a photoshop pro) and make edits to it. Tools like canva are really very simple to use, and they come with powerful options.


     
  8. Zwielicht

    Zwielicht Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I thought you were Hekke for a second because of your avatar. :cool:
    That reminds me, if I remember correctly, tilting the image a bit will prevent it from showing the original image in a reverse image search, so that's another trick you can use.
     
  9. Underxman

    Underxman Newbie

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    Like many said here, u can find free images out there