And the day has come!
Why not searching for my images’ web usage today? I asked myself and started my journey with TinEye, a very useful tool, although limited… to 100 searches/day. At least I didn’t waste too much time…
Actually it wasn’t a waste of time at all.
I started with ‘the one’ and my only Level 4 image
and wow! found it on
which is a Middle East business news website. And I was soooooo thrilled! You know, the first time… but I wanted more… and searched and searched… until I discovered my second image
waiting for me on a Financial Times blog
Strange feeling… but great!
And the story goes on. I decided to search my Level 2 images as well. My on-line banking image
was used in an article on a entrepreneurial and self-employed business journal established in Forth Wayne, IN, US.
Here is the link
And even if it's about an image of mine I don't like at all, I was pleased to find this crap of picture
This wasn’t the last one. I was slightly amused to find another image ironically entitled ‘Thank you’ on a private blog, but this time with Dreamstime watermark on.
I am sure there are some more. And I’m not thinking just about mine. If you are curious, take some time to browse with TinEye or another software for image search. It might be a small accomplishment, but it’s an extra boost of motivation.
... and fun :)
Photo credits: Lucian Milasan.
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