How to Find Google Images that You CAN Use in Your Websites
This training was published over six months ago. It has been widely received and appreciated. However, more information that augments and further improves the content of this training has since been published in my sequel training.
Please, in addition to going through this training, be sure to go through the follow-up training as well - this will ensure that you are completely up to speed on the subject matter.
That training is titled, "Google Images that you CAN Use - Part Two, Follow-Up Training" and you can click on the title to go to it.
Okay. On with this training ...
We all love Google. It is the easiest, fastest, most thorough search engine on the planet.
But when searching for images to place in your website's post or article that are relevant to your content, Google images are not all free to use. In fact many - even most - are copyrighted and if you use them without prior consent of the author/owner, you could be subject to a lawsuit. At the very least, the author/owner could demand you take the image off of your website.
And potentially disastrous.
But of the millions of images available on Google, there are plenty of them that are free to use - you just know how to filter through the masses of images and locate those that are available for use without provocation. This short tutorial will help you to find them.
So first off, and let's say for this example, we are doing a post on "Healthy Foods". You go to Google, and enter in a search for "Images Healthy Foods". You will see this appear on your monitor:
and of course, you could scroll down for minutes and minutes to reach the end of all the images ... there are hundreds, maybe even thousands.
But you don't know which ones are public domain, so we need to do an "advanced search" ... to do this, start by clicking on the options icon in the upper right hand corner of the page, as in the next image:
Did that? Cool. On the next page I will show you how to do an advanced search.
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