Which Sites do you use for downloading images for use in hubs?
http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/ Seems to work well for me can find most anything I need. I also make my own as much as my limited talent allows
I like freewallpaper.com.. but I do like to take my own pictures too.
there are other great sites.
I use Flickr and Wikimedia Commons which does the job always.
I use pictures from google images and my own pictures ,I have written on my profile page that if anyone has any objection to using the picture on my hub can Inform me and I will remove it .
by Mom Kat 7 years ago
Do you use your own pictures in hubs?Do you use photos of yourself, your family, your friends, or anything else from your personal life? Or do you search the internet for pictures that match the subject you are writing about?What is your reasoning behind your decision?
by JP Carlos 9 years ago
Where do hubbers get pictures they put on their hubs? It's supposed to be their own right? But there are some whose pictures are definitely not theirs. Can we simply cite the URL of the source?
by Rahul Parashar 7 years ago
Two of my hubs have been unpublished for using watermarked/pixelated pics. I was wondering, what should I do to avoid this scenario in future? Where should I go to get pics for my hubs?
by Olalekan Abiola 10 years ago
Is it important to always include pictures in my articles before publishing? I also want to know if picture tags boost SEO.
by Alicia Bell 4 years ago
Can I only post my very own pictures in my hubs or can I use online pictures, too?Some of the hubs that I've written need a picture of an object of some sort- something that I would not have a picture of myself. Are there pictures that I can use online, or do I have to just use my own pictures?
by MPChris 7 years ago
How long does it take you to write a hub?I think this question will really open some eyes, for some. On average I spend about 30-35 minutes writing a hub, though it can sometimes be longer, sometimes as short as 15 minutes. A rare occasion will require a large amount of research, which can cause...
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