How To Increase Blog Revenue Using Public Domain Images | Sumant Sahasrabudhe | Skillshare

How To Increase Blog Revenue Using Public Domain Images

Sumant Sahasrabudhe, SEO Evangelist | Growth Marketer | Explorer

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6 Lessons (10m)
    • 1. Class Introduction

      1:07
    • 2. What Are Public Domain Images

      2:20
    • 3. My Favorite Sites

      3:08
    • 4. Ninja Trick

      1:26
    • 5. Class Project

      0:32
    • 6. Final Thoughts

      1:28

About This Class

In this class I will be teaching you How to Increase Your Blog Revenue using Public Domain Images.

Images play a vital role in your content strategy and crappy stock Images can hurt your brand image.

You will also learn in the class:

What are Public Domain Images? How are they different from regular stock photos?
My favorite Public Domain Image Sharing Sites.
How to find more such Sites?

Transcripts

1. Class Introduction: Hello there. My name is Samantha. On in this class, I'm going to teach you how to increase blood revenue using public domain images image display a whiter role in your content strategy and grab the stock images can hurt your brand image. A recent study by half spot previous that. 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visuals. They are processed 60,000 times faster than plain text, and moreover, it works best on social media platforms like Facebook being traced on Twitter. After taking this course, Whether you are a Web designer, blogger or a small business owner, you'll never be short off places to find high quality, great looking images for free. In this course, we will cover why public domain images and how are they different from stock images, my favorite public domain image sharing sites and a ninja trick to find more sets, sights. I hope you will enjoy and learn from this free course. So see you in the first lecture 2. What Are Public Domain Images: welcome once again to the scores on how to increase your blood revenue using public domain images. I'm glad that you have enrolled to this course. And without further ado, let's get started. Public domain images are defined as images for which there is no copyright protection. Either the cooperate has expired or it never existed in the first place. They are available to anyone and are free to use for any purpose. Whether that's personal or commercial use. The best part is no attribution is required for using these images. The next question is, how are they different from your regular stock photos? Well, unlike the public domain images, stock photos are mostly paid. They are protected under copyright law. They're licensed, and finally, you need to do a credit, the site or the owner of the image if you're using it for personal or commercial purpose. So now how public domain images help you increase your plug revenue. But using images in your block post will improve the user experience on your side, which is one of the rank factors in the eyes of Google for organic results. So more traffic on your site is equal to more revenue images are more appealing to human eye than playing text. Having them on your site will also help you increase your conversion rate. The exact images off the products or location will draw more attention to your site, and people might end up buying your products or services. Since it is free, it is definitely cost effective. You won't need to buy every single image for your block post, and you can use that budget into more advanced marketing strategies. It will help you establish as a brand in your niche and last but not the least. You won't need to worry about copyright infringement or getting a D. M. C a complaint. Ever. In the next lecture, we will talk about my favorite public domain image sharing sites. 3. My Favorite Sites: all right in this class, I'm going to walk you through my favorite public domain image sharing sites. Pick savvy dot com is one of my favorite go to site for public domain images. It has over 7 50 K high resolution images. No registration is acquired to get the images, and you can download them in different sizes. You don't need to attribute. Decide for using their pictures, unlike other stock for associating sites. The site sir, available in 26 different languages and all the images carry a Creative Commons public dedication license. You can also use their search bar feature to find specific photos within their database. The next side on my list is public domain pictures dot net, which has a large repository off high quality images you can download for free amateur photograph furs upload their images to the site, which is maintained by its users. It's easy to browse for images by categories and tags, including popularity rating on dates. If you want to download some large size photos, you may require the premium membership. The next one is photos public domain dot com. All images on this side have been released into the public domain Creative Commons license . Unless stated otherwise, you are free to download and use the photos for both personal and commercial purposes. However, you may not claim the copyright as your own. New photos are added every day. And while photo credits and things aren't required, the autos would appreciate it if you give one. The next one on the block is public domain archive dot com, which is managed by Matt Hobbs of Web and graphic designer and a photograph for He created the site because there was no place to go and find tons of high quality public domain images. So he created a repository where he our guys high quality public domain images that defines across the Web. Matt adds new images every week, and all are released under Creative Commons. Slices be the last one in this class is free images. Doctorate. The site is a freak photo community, and you can also share yourself made images with other photograph er's. As the name implies, all images are licensed under the Creative Commons public doing license, and you can do whatever you like with them. So those were my tough fight public domain name in sharing sites. But that's not all. In the next class, you will learn about how to find more such sites using Ninja Trick. So see you in the next class. 4. Ninja Trick: all right, so in this class, I'm going to share one off the ninja tricks I use to find more public domain sharing sites . If you have ever used and at one search query on Google to find something, then this will be a piece of cake for you. All you need to do is go onto google dot com and typing these advanced search queries. But remember, you need to use one other thing. The first, at one source query, is in text. Colon copyright plus three plus images. So here we are telling Google to search for webpages, which have copyright free images as a text on them. Usually the sites that will load in the search users are sites that host copyright three images or definitely start the names off such sites. The next gravy is in text colon public plus domain plus images. So here we are telling Google to search for rep edges, which have public domain images as a text in them. If you already know about Google at one search queries, then you can try various other combinations to find more such sites. But if you are new to the advanced very section, then I highly recommend you learn more about them on Google 5. Class Project: in order to encourage you to take one more step in increasing your block revenue, I would like you to complete a simple class project based on the advance Google Search query I taught you in the previous class. I want you to find new public domain image sharing sites and let us know about one society that you like the most and what is special in that site. You can also keep on checking the class project section of this course for sites added by other students. 6. Final Thoughts: congratulations on completing this course, and I hope you learn something new from this course. So before we end this course, there are certain things to keep in mind. While using these images, you need to be careful off using images that include people, trademarks, public property and works of art. Make sure that images are explicitly mentioned on the Creative Commons license. Using public domain pictures doesn't mean you own the photos you can't sell or republish them as your own work. Even though attribution is not required for images in the public domain, you may still want to consider adding one. A lot of work goes into sourcing, creating and managing these images so the otters would appreciate an acknowledgement or ling back to their website. You may want to subscribe to the email list off these public domain image sharing sites, as they regularly saying newly added pictures today, subscribers and last but not the least. If you do like this course, then please review and reap this course. Let me know if there are any specific areas off improvement. You can simply add your messages to the discussion board off this course once again, thank you and keep learning