Royalty free images are those images which can be used without paying any royalties or license fees. We can use those images for our use depending on the license of that image, whether the image is free for commercial use or whether it is free for both commercial and non-commercial use.
Images play a very important role in a blog or website. Images make a blog or website more attractive and colorful. “A picture is worth a thousand words”, this phrase clearly tells us how important it is to include images in your content. Using images in your content helps the user to easily understand the idea you are trying to convey. Using images in your content also helps in improving the SEO of your blog or website. Images can bring organic traffic to your blog when a user visit your website through image search.
How to find royalty free images using Google?
How to find royalty free images for your blog? You can use the popular search engine Google for finding royalty free images. Here I will show you how to find free images through Google image search. First, go to Google and type the keyword which you are searching. Here I will use the keyword “freelance”. On the result page, click the “Images” tab to find the images related to the keyword. Now click on the settings button and from the drop-down that appears click on the “Advanced search” link . Now you will see the advanced search page for images.
At the bottom of the advanced search field, you will find the field named “usage rights”. You can use this field to filter the results based on usage rights. You can select the type of license you need and find a suitable image and use it on your blog or website.
There is also an easier method to find royalty free images through Google image search. First, enter the keyword that you want to search and then click on the images tab to find the related images. Now click on the “Search tools” button and from the options that appear click on “Usage rights”. Now from the drop down that appears you can select the type of license you need to filter the search result.
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