What do you think about using Gimp (A free open software image program) to Create your own Images?
I replaced a picture in one of my hubs with something I knocked up in Gimp a few minutes ago. I drew it in Gimp for free and then vectorized it for free online.
Would an original image (in the eyes of the Google God/Godess) created in a free open software program such as Gimp, be more beneficial for my hub in terms of SEO/Ranking, etc, than using free online images that lots of other people probably use?
Does it matter at all?
I personally use free stock photos and change them up in Picmonkey
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