How to Find FREE Stock Images For Your Content

Last Update: January 31, 2020

WHY

We can both agree, that It can be difficult at times to find the "Perfect" image(s) for your content, right?

And even if you do find the right one,
the uncertainty of it belonging to someone else, bothers you a little...

Doesn't it??

Well - No Longer An Issue for You :)

Here's a FREE Tool you can take advantage of to find beautiful images on demand for any of your content.!

HOW TO FIND STOCK FREE / CREATIVE COMMON IMAGES + MORE

1. Go to http://search.creativecommons....

2. Type in your image (keyword) topic

3. Download the image(s) relevant to your content topic



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NOW WHAT I LIKE MOST ABOUT IT....

Is the fact that it's not just for images, this site can be used to generate all different types of content, without the watermarks all throughout each picture, And, it's FREE!



Additional Resources:

http://search.creativecommons...
Pixabay
Pexels

Take advantage of these tools - they work.

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Enjoy :)

Rod Singleton

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@RICH. Premium
It's worth bearing in mind that there are no guarantees that the images you get from them are copyright free, as no free image site checks that the individual uploading the images is actually the copyright holder.

If you want to be sure that the images you are using are copyright free, I recommend you use a stock library that offers indemnity. For example, Stock Unlimited http://www.stockunlimited.com offers unlimited downloads for a month for $9, which should be long enough to stock up on a year-or-two's worth of photos! They also offer a $25,000 per image indemnity against any copyright infringement claims.

https://www.contentfac.com/copyright-infringement-penalties-are-scary/
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Maike12 Premium
You are absolutely correct. Don' t assume that images are free. Google has a compilation of images that are mostly copyrighted. It I'll pay for my images. It is not worth a lawsuit! I' m using a company where I pay around $2.50 per image. They send you a receipt when you have paid.
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rodsingleton Premium
Awesome. Thanks!
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@RICH. Premium
You're most welcome! :)
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rodsingleton Premium
:)
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Shalini1234 Premium
Thanks for this information, I will have to try it.
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rodsingleton Premium
No problem at all :)
Enjoy!
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pablocortina Premium
Thank you for the info
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rodsingleton Premium
You're welcome brotha
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MKearns Premium
Starting with Pixabay. good to see you are moving on to others!
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rodsingleton Premium
Thanks!
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VeronicasLuv Premium
I've been using Pixabay, but every week, I feel the need to shout to no one in particular: Pixabay sucks!!! Pixabay is not bad, I'm just not that pleased. I'll have to save this to my favorites!

Good stuff, Rod!
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rodsingleton Premium
Yea, I stopped using Pixabay as well.
Some platforms wouldn't even allow me to upload them lol
Glad to hear your saving it Veronica :)
Definitely helps, so simple.
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