Globalization Specialist for Korean Startups

How to get FREE images for your Blog or PLR content


‘How to get FREE images for your Blog or PLR content?
When you buy PLR it mostly comes without images either to support the content or for the accompanying social media or blog posts,  many of us end up questioning how to get FREE images for your Blog or PLR content? 
I always try to include images with the PLR content I create on plr-printables.com. For example, while creating my tech neck PLR pack I was able to take some photographs in the hospital and used some images from my own x-rays.  This was possible as I have personal experience as a sufferer of this condition. In fact, I only really write about subjects that I feel I know well enough. It makes the research easier and the writing better.  You can pick up my Tech Neck PLR here.
eBook images - Tech Neck
Sometimes it is not practical or even possible to use your own images but you can’t just do a google image search and use any image you find. Even searching for creative commons or royalty free images is not a reliable way to ensure you can legally use an image.
I have put together a list of my current top 3 reliable sources for high quality and really license free – and free in the financial sense too. These images are great for your blog posts for your out of the box or repurposed PLR digital products.

My Top 3

I know of around 20 similar sites, some have more complicated license restrictions and I haven’t actually used them. So, in order to answer the question ‘How to get FREE images for your Blog or PLR content?’ check out my current Top 3 sites below
1 GRATISOGRAPHY
Ryan McGuire of Bells Design has gifted the world with Gratisography. The site offers a searchable selection of free high-resolution pictures you can use on your personal and commercial projects. Pictures are added regularly and cover a range of themes and styles are totally free of copyright restrictions. Full packs can be downloaded for a fee to cover Ryan’s costs.  There are some unique and quirky images in here which are surprisingly adaptable with a bit of creative thought and planning.
2 Pixabay
Self-described as ‘Free images and videos you can use anywhere – Pixabay is a vibrant community of creatives, sharing copyright free images and videos. All contents are released under Creative Commons CC0, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.’
The images are great quality and no attribution required
3 MMT stock
Jeffrey Betts has provided a wonderful selection of photographs and videos in a range of categories and says ‘They can be freely downloaded, used, and redistributed for both personal and commercial purposes. Credit or attribution is not required under this license, however, we always love a shout out. It spreads the word about MMT and the photos/videos that are available.’ sounds fair to me!
The desk and technology photographs are excellent.