How to Find Google Images that You CAN Use in Your Websites
Congratulations! If you have followed each step as outlined in this tutorial to the letter, you should now see a wide and lengthy selection of images like this:
And the best part? Because you have gone through the process of an advanced search, and filtered properly, ALL of these images displayed now on your monitor are yours to freely use and share however you choose, even for commercial purposes.
ONE MORE, VERY IMPORTANT THING!
Once you select the image you want to use, click on it, then look to the right, and click on "View this Page" among the options. Go to the image's page, and scroll down to see if there are any additional requirements. Sometimes, the images are "Public Domain" so nothing more is required, just go ahead and use it. Often, though, you will see that "Attribution" is required in order to reuse the image. Find the original author's name (it will be listed) and, when you put the image on your page or post, edit it to include the caption:
"Photo Attributed to Author: (name here)"
Sometimes, even further actions are required, like posting a link to the author, or other hoops you have to jump through. I usually shy away from those, because there are (most of the time) so many images available that serve my purpose, I will choose one that is either Public Domain or merely requires a simple attribution.
And that is that!
Pretty cool, eh? I thought so, when I discovered this little technique. And, as always, The Old Silly likes to Pay it Forward to this wonderful Wealthy Affiliate community, from whom I have learned from and been helped by so very much.
So that's it for this brief lesson, if you have any questions, just leave them in the comments, and as always, if you found this helpful, please click on the green "LIKE THIS" button, it helps me out when you do that.
Chow, y'all, and happy free Google image hunting!