Free Image Sources for your Social Media & Blog Posts

The Buffer Blog is often a good place to find great articles, and this article regarding sources of free images is no exception. They have categorized 53+ sources into the following groups: Searchable photo sites Free-form photo libraries Photo search tools Create-your-own image tools Embeddable media Since they originally wrote the article, there have been…

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Basic Photo Editing for your Website

Do you want to add new images to your website but need some help to resize or edit your photos? Or have you recently added photos and noticed these common problems? Pages are loading slowly. Images look stretched or distorted. Slideshows are causing the content to move up/down. When you take a photo with a…

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Why Stronger Visuals Help You Sell More Stuff

Are you looking to capitalize on what is becoming a known fact – strong visuals help sell product and the stories around them. This fact was addressed most recently in a SteelHouse study that found Pinterest users were 79% MORE LIKELY to purchase a product they saw pinned on Pinterest versus Facebook. A recent Shopify…

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Facebook’s Huge Trove Of Photos In Context

Link: Facebook’s Huge Trove Of Photos In Context Facebook hosts 140 billion photos, and will add 70 billion this year. Putting this in context, see the following visualization which shows how big Facebook’s library of photos is in comparison to other photo sharing sites, as well as the Library of Congress. Visualation by 1000memories, article…

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8 Steps to Facebook Photo Privacy, According to Facebook Engineer

Link: 8 Steps to Facebook Photo Privacy, According to Facebook Engineer “According to an engineer on Facebook Photos, photo privacy on the social network is complex. ‘Really complex,’ he says. ‘Probably 10 people in the world intimately understand the privacy calculations involved when you attempt to view a photo on Facebook. That said, this information…

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