Running through Evernote this weekend, I chanced upon a great post from the Hubspot blog, “How Not to Steal People’s Content on the Web.” Here is a down and dirty laundry list of what to do when crediting others in your work.
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Beautiful, free images and photos that you can download and use for any project. Unsplash is an industry-leading photography community with over 207,000 contributing photographers. It generates more than 17 billion photo impressions per month on their growing library of over 2 million photos.
Pixabay is one of the most popular websites for sharing photos, illustrations, vector graphics, film footage and music. While it doesn't offer all rights to its content, it generally allows the free use of the material with only some restrictions.
Pexels provides media for online download, maintaining a library that contains of over 3.2 million photos and videos, growing each month by roughly 200,000 files. Using and downloading the media is free, the website generates income through advertisements for paid content databases.