3-Minute Guru: Finding Royalty-Free Images

Images are important to you as a web writer, because they make your content stickier — people spend more time on posts with images. They also make your content more shareable on social media and can even give your posts a boost on the search engines if you use them right.

In this 3-Minute Guru, you’ll learn about an easy way to use Google to find images that you can use royalty-free.

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Jim Wright

Jim is a writer, teacher, consultant, and an advocate for clarity in communication. He helps clients make sense of their online presence, and translates tech-speak into plain English.

17 Comments

  • Thanks

    I wish I had known this before,

    I just got hit with a $150 copyright infringement settlement fee for image had been using since 2013!

    Live and learn

    • Hi Jim,
      Ouch… (expensive) lesson learned!
      Sorry for not writing this sooner! 🙂
      Cheers and thanks,
      Jim.

  • Hi Jim, this was very helpful. I’ll be setting up my website soon, so having this information is right on time.

    Regina

  • I found this information very useful. It is an invaluable tool for people who operate websites.

  • Jim, Thanks sooooo much. As all before me have said … if only they had known … Who knew there were so many ways to filter choices for images … and be able to get what you were looking for without looking at hundreds of the same picture … Forever in your debt.

  • Alright! Great to know that they are available AND how to find them.

    Thanks for the easy peasy instructions.

  • This was excellent information! I did not even know it existed until I saw this clip. I will definitely be using the reuse and modify. I like to put frames around a lot of my images to class them up a bit. Especially boring, ugly banners that you have to stick to the owners colors. The frame around it just pretties it up. lol. Thanks for the information.

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