Hello, I've recently read a brief synopsis on the photo aspect of creating the Hubs. My question is do you still think it's crossing the line or a problem if you are using those links or sites that were created for the purpose of networking and sharing? I asked because I'm just getting started and while I do intend to use personal photos I also utilize those presented online until I have the time to do so.
Feed back wanted
Hi there, welcome to HubPages.
It's not what we think, it's about HubPages' requirements. This will help you:
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … -image-use
I thought I would let you know that one of the suggested places to find the photos that are acceptable is from Gimp Savvy.
But I recently went there and it doesn't seem to be working.
The link is broken and it redirects you. So the list needs updated.
Just thought to let you know.
Welcome to Hub Pages :-)
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