Following the Google Images layout changes made a few years ago, changes that we addressedhere, the erosion of commercial photography has continued. In a nutshell, whenever someone clicked on 'View image,' this action would actually load the image rather than the page that used the image or the original source page. As immediate results, piracy has found an excuse and unintentional usage of unlicensed content has flourished, with more people downloading images found with Google image... continue reading
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This is an Internet old question. Should you just right click and download an image, use it in a project and never worry about it? Or maybe you shouldn't.The shortest answer is: maybe.The long and comprehensive answer is, however, more complex. So let's decipher it.Let's say you're working on a newsletter for a travel company for the sake of a tangible example. This newsletter involves tropical vacations, cocktails, waterfront resorts, the whole tropical dream in one package.... continue reading
We use them everyday: weather, fitness tracking, mailing, browsing, messaging, photo editing, productivity, lifestyle, matchmaking apps are part of our routine and it’s quite hard to imagine life without (at least some of) them. In March 2017 there were 2.8 million apps in Google Play and over 2.2 million apps in Apple’s App Store and the numbers are set to grow steadily.That makes the app world a crowded and highly competitive market, where differentiation is essential. And before any... continue reading
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Hello Everyone!Just want to start by saying I am no SEO expert by any means! But I do have an understanding of just how important keywording is.However as I learned a great way for key wording in Lightroom that is going to save me a ton of time by the way!! (another story) I started to think about this:Does anyone add their name as a keyword? Now I know I am not famous or anything so it is unlikely that someone will search for me specifically ( I am talking more for Google searches... continue reading
Checking if and where your images have been on used is probably the biggest addiction and satisfaction for the microstock photographer (ok, after checking your earnings balance ;) And since the reverse Google image search is the go to place for this, I found a great extension for people who use the Safari browser. It’s called Backtrack. After you install it in Safari, right-click on any image in your portfolio and select “Google this image”. It will take you directly to the image search results.... continue reading
As a stock photographer, I am constantly asking myself if the photo im shooting has Commercial Value.With this in mind, I thought I'd share these links of Trends and Searches. Google TrendsBing Top SearchesYahoo Top 10 2014 SearchesInteresting to see what folks are searching for. continue reading
Firstly, think about what potential clients are looking for and anticipate whatthe word is they will use to find your product / image.Talk it out with colleagues and friends to discover what words clients would use when discussing your product.This is a great way to start your keyword list.Any feedback, discussion or casual comments about your product write the words down and then write them into your description.Google Adwords Keyword Tool, WordTracker, and many more... continue reading
Google the search engine giant is known around the world for its most well known services in its platform like Android OS, Smartphones, tablets, search engine services and many more.According recent research carried out around the world, the percentage of smartphone users using android OS has almost doubled over last five years, and this has resulted because of Google policy of introducing most advanced and innovative features has earned Google great fame.Google recently held its annual... continue reading
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