Hi Everyone,

I like to ask my real WA members about, Is there any method to verify or find my images that already resides on my website. Because, I herd google index problem impact on copyright image. How my experienced memeber if you have idea about how to check those images. or what is your suggestion to check images one by one on my post or tool for bult check or any seo tool

Please join to solve this problem.

Thanks so much your participation.

SAM

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AlexEvans Premium
Probably one of the good ones to use is Tin Eye;

https://tineye.com/

It is what image management firms and depositories use to track down the publication of copyrighted content.

It is free to use, in the front end but works very well.

have a look at this post it may be helpful. Alex
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TheCatherine Premium Plus
Alex that's the top tool thank you
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AmazeCPS Premium
Thanks Alex your tool is more helpful for it
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mcb247 Premium
Personally I would only use images from sites such as upslash, pixabay, pixels. These all have royalty free images. You can of course use your own images too.

Martin
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AmazeCPS Premium
Hi, Martin thank for joining with this discussion. and your free image tools too.
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Makinitwork Premium
When you do a search or look for an image go to tools just under search function and go to copyright and click “allowed for reuse” it will show you what to use. Or you can go to http://CreativeCommons.com all images are copyright free. I hope this helps. Jen
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zydegeaux Premium
That's how I check my images too. I hate it when there are a bunch of images I like on the page and then most of them disappear when I click on labeled for reuse.
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AmazeCPS Premium
Thanks much for your strategy to find images and special thanks for your online tool.
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AmazeCPS Premium
Thanks your joining with the discussion.
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Larry88 Premium
I have found some in (allowed for reuse) that say you have to have a license to reuse them and some that say that they require recognition of the owner when used.
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Jukkah Premium
One way would be to just manually perform a Google search on each image. Just click the picture with your right mouse button and select search on Google (at least in Chrome). The problem with this approach is that you have to do it manually and you have to know what to look for in the Google image search. I bet there are some software that would do this automatically but I have no experience with them. My tip is to strictly stick to stock photos from Pixabay, Pexels etc. and if you need more professional ones, invest in ShutterStock. I've personally started to include a lot less images as I've noticed this is the trend with most professional sites. The slow down your load times as well.
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AmazeCPS Premium
Thanks so much your advice and tricks to find the copyright images are on my post.
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