Need Royalty Free Pictures for Your Blog? Try Fotolia

If you are looking for royalty free stock photos to use for your blog, check out Fotolia. Royalty free means that you can use the image, vector or video without restrictions. I have been searching for pictures for a new website I am getting ready to launch and never even knew sites like this existed. Crazy I know. You could use Fotolia if you wanting a new blog design or wanting to make a new button for your site or for an event.

You can buy bundles of credits from 25 credits to 6,400 credits. After you purchase credits, you can choose the photo(s) that you want, purchase with your credits and download. Subscriptions are also available for those who need to download in bulk daily. Using Fotolia is quick and easy and keep in mind the more credits you buy the more you save.

Images cost as little as $0.14 each. Then after you buy your image all you have to do is copy & paste then insert your code and you have your image. If your making a button you can add some text (blog name, event name, etc.) and you have your button. If you need to learn how to make a grab box for your button so that your readers can grab your button you can check out Survey Junkie’s tutorial. The image is yours now to keep and you can use it on other projects as well.

As a Fotolia member, you can sell your photos to earn some extra money or get credits to buy more photos. Visit Fotolia now to get started!

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  1. says

    A new blog? Really? Wow. I can’t wait. One is plenty for me. Honestly, I don’t know how you keep up with this one. There is always so much going on.
    Thanks for the info. (I didn’t know what royalty-free meant)
    Laurie from Grandma Sez So


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