When we use free images from pixabay, Flickr, or images for reuse from Google images, do we need to site that in our posts?

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lesabre Premium
Hi Johnny, it is totally up to you, but not necessary. If it is a free image you are under no obligation to add on where you got it from.
All the best,
Michael
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johnnyfaulk1 Premium
Hi brother, always good to hear from you. How goes it?
Thanks for your thoughts. I thought that was the case. I am getting ready to sign up with my first affiliate network.
I think I got a little paranoid about my images. I always use free images or labeled for reuse images. I just wanted to make sure.
Lesabre, do have any thoughts or advice about choosing my first affiliate network. My niche is about video gaming.
Do you have any training for this? I would appreciate any help.
You take care of yourself.
johnny
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johnnyfaulk1 Premium
I love that hat!
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LisaBrack Premium
No, you don't have to with free images, but you can if it is appropriate in your particular writing situation.
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johnnyfaulk1 Premium
Do I need to go back and site all my free images I used?
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Robert-A Premium
I published a blog with a list of sites where you don't have to give Attribution Have a looksee.
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DeniseAS Premium
I read to see if they say the picture is royalty free and if you are able to use it for business. If you want to credit the photographer, this does help them. At this stage I am still trying to get so many pieces of the puzzle fitting, I have to admit I have not been crediting them, but hope to change that down the line.
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johnnyfaulk1 Premium
Are you going back and crediting images you used already?
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Anjeri Premium
I know for Pixabay it is not a requirement but they recommend for the sake of giving recognition to the owner of the photo. It is up to you to decide whether you want to or not.
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