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How to Use Images from Google Images Without Copyright

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Google Images has the best image collections we have ever seen while we search for something, we get the best images out there with the best quality available. Do you think these images are free? or are you using them freely without adding proper credits or are you aware of the violations you’re making?

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Not free!

Nothing is available for free, even the applications which you download for free are not exactly free. At least you’re spending your time, data and battery power to download that application. Just like that, the images in Google Images are not free. You might have seen amazing pictures with superb quality in Google Images, the photographer of that image might have spent lots of effort to take that picture and I don’t think he’s mad enough to give that image for free.

The images which you’re downloading from Google images are not free and you might face copyright violations for using those images. Many people’s out there have faced copyright issues while using the images which they took from Google Images.

You might have missed this πŸ˜‰

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Well, there are platforms where you can download free images for your blog postsΒ and this article helped me a lot when I was searching for free images in the past.

Read:Β How to Find Free Images for your Blog using Flickr

Get free Images from Google

So here I’m giving you a tip to use images from Google images, without facing copyright violations. I’ve attached a video here which will explain everything in detail, do take a look at the video and share it if you liked it πŸ™‚

Steps #1

Go to google images and search the keyword which you want to get images for. You’ll see an option like “Search Tools”, click on that, you’ll be seeing “Usage Rights“. In the usage rights section, you’ll come to see options like

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So personally I opt for “Labeled for reuse” and I recommend you to try that option and use the images which popΒ out in that category. Those images can be used without any copyright violations but still try to give them proper credits (it’s an ethics) πŸ™‚

Read: OnPage SEO Guide: Crafted for Newbies

You can check the other options shown below labeled for reuse and the usage depends on your requirements. If you feel any doubt or if you have anything to say about this article πŸ™‚ do comment it.

30 Comments

  1. Thanks Man. I was in fact wanting to find a solution to find this.

  2. Thanks Man. I was in fact wanting to find a solution to find this.

  3. Great solution brother ….. thanks for sharing

  4. Great solution brother ….. thanks for sharing

  5. Ujesh Krishnan

    _/_ One doubt cleared πŸ™‚

  6. Ujesh Krishnan

    _/_ One doubt cleared πŸ™‚

  7. Really useful content….. Keep posting informative articles. πŸ™‚

  8. Really useful content….. Keep posting informative articles. πŸ™‚

  9. Well written Krishna. This will be a good resource for a lot of bloggers. Keep Writing.

  10. Well written Krishna. This will be a good resource for a lot of bloggers. Keep Writing.

  11. Nice Post may i know what does credits actually mean???????

    • Credits means that you’ve to give a link to the website, where you got the image from. Every images which are seen on Google Images are indexed by a website. Giving credits: thesitelink will surely help πŸ™‚ Hope you got it

  12. Nice Post may i know what does credits actually mean???????

    • Credits means that you’ve to give a link to the website, where you got the image from. Every images which are seen on Google Images are indexed by a website. Giving credits: thesitelink will surely help πŸ™‚ Hope you got it

  13. Thanks for the better solution man. Great work. Keep it up.

  14. Thanks for the better solution man. Great work. Keep it up.

  15. Hi Krishna,

    Great Post Dear!! But “Labeled for reuse” images are not catchy. They are not up to, which we want for our posts.

    PS: My Views. i may be wrong!!

  16. Hi Krishna,

    Great Post Dear!! But “Labeled for reuse” images are not catchy. They are not up to, which we want for our posts.

    PS: My Views. i may be wrong!!

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