50 Ways to Have an Attractive, but Non-Infringing Web Site


Periodically, we get a call from a business owner who has been asked to take infringing images off the company web site. The business owner is perplexed — he had no idea that photographs are protected by copyright or that images found on the web aren’t free for the taking. Often there are penalties or extremely high license fees demanded as well.

Small Business Trends has listed 50 sites that offer free or low-cost images that you can use on your website to add visual impact without violating someone’s copyright.

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