If you want photos to put on your website of article...
what is your favorite source?
try google or wikipedia, your own Facebook account could also be a good source
Flickr.com is my favorite source of photos, as well as those from my PC's hard drive! For example, I create a Hub on South American tour groups in the theme parks and take my own pictures of them! Using my pictures gives my Hubs more personality.
by Brittany Banks 16 months ago
I usually use the source name: E.g. Brittany Banks, CC-BY, Via Facebook.But I know there is an easier way to do this, because I am tired of having to upload the photos to facebook to get the source URL. If I take the pictures myself, what do I have to put for the source name?
by Poppy 9 months ago
Hi, everyone! My article "7 Facts About Japan That Aren't Actually True" has got quite a lot of views already and traffic will likely increase if it gets moved to a niche site. Shortly after publishing it, I got an email saying that it was eligible for WanderWisdom if:Title/Subtitle...
by Ruchi Urvashi 6 years ago
Is it good to put one photo or lot of photos in your hub?I read somewhere that if you put more photos than the loading of page is difficult and it is not good for your web link.
by Justin Aptaker 7 years ago
How to avoid copywrite infringement when obtaining pictures and videos for my hubs? Consequences?This question has several parts. I'm worried about the copywrite issues involved with pictures and videos that I obtain on the web. How do I know if an image that I find on Google images is copywrited?...
by Melissa Clason 9 days ago
Recently one of my articles was put on the niche site Owlcation. It's a guide for an architectural standard, but it was put into geology, possibly because my bio states that I have a geology degree. This standard is related to concrete so I'm not sure why they moved it into geology. Now that it's...
by Daphne D. Lewis 3 years ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Living Dead Creatures From Life's Remnants. I am really new to HubPages and am not sure what is either too much or not enough. I always like to provide my source links, and have gotten...
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