New year, new you, new activities for your kids. Is this is the year that Sam wants to learn to play the violin? Or Suzie wants to take up dancing? Or you need to find John a new lacrosse camp? It can be tough navigating all the options for classes, programs and camps. In 2018, let other moms…
I think there was a post a couple of days ago about the importance of adding images to blog posts. I couldn't find that message so I'm not sure if it included suggestions as to where to get images. My default is to use Google images but I worry about copyright restrictions, etc. I don't really want to pay a bundle for stock photography. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!
If you also buy very inexpensive photos at istock, BigStock, and Fotolia. Usually you pay $10 and you are able to download 10 photos. At istock, it's $13 for 10 photos. I've found that it's worth the cost to spruce up my blog posts and web sites.
It analyzes your text and provides links, free use pictures and supporting articles (a lot of the info is from wikipedia)
So far, I like it - sometimes it slows my blogging window ( a bit of cursor lag) but most times it is alright. You still have to pick and choose the info it gives you as some of it is irrelevant. Anyway, i think it makes things easier. check it out.
This is the site I have bookmarked:http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/by-2.0/ you can find wonderful photos, all for free and even use them commercially if you'd like, you only need to include a link. Flickr is the best source for free photos really IMO, they have various licenses, just check which one suits you best.
If you use wordpress there is a plugin in for flickr photos that you can use.
I totally agree with Linda. I get almost all of my photos from Flickr/Creative Commons. I always give credit to the photographer. I visited a blog where the blogger didn't give credit, even though I knew the photo had been from Flickr. I really hate that. Give credit where credit is due................:)