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    Thanks for that link - using Flickr is more complicated than most people think and I learned a new trick from the blog post!

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    great article. now i know the right way to use flikr images. very cool!

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    Thank you for all of the suggestion for free image downloads. I have been taking my own pictures as well. Also, I didn't realize that if you were an Amazon affiliate that you could use the images connected to a particular product offered by them.

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    The freebie images are working great with my hosted wordpress.com site. I learned that I can't (unfortunately) use it with the one that is not hosted.

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    Office depot has a clickart package of over a million graphics. It costs about $50 I believe or maybe a little less. I've found it to be very handy for graphics. Hope that helps :-)

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    I also use a Google search with advanced options of labeled for reuse.
    Corinne Mitchell ~ aka Coronado Cookie
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    The goldmine of FREE stock photos, in my humble opinion, is http://www.sxc.hu/ This is iStockphoto's "farm league" site... they use it to spot talent and find photographers that they can sell their images on the main site.

    The quality of images is amazing. Pay attention to the usage options (some folks want mention when you use their work), but, other than that, it's incredible.

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    Thank you all so much for the valuable info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paperkool View Post
    That's easy. Take a walk with your camera and upload your own pictures. Take your own pictures!
    This is the fun way to get pics. I remember a couple of years ago when I was working on my allergy site charging up and down the riverbank near my home photographing trees and bushes chock full of pollen producing flowers

    OK paperkool just how do I take a photo of "Affiliate marketing." especially when I am not able to get to a seminar on Affiliate marketing ?

    :-)

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    I ran into this 3 part article that talks about how to choose the most effective images and thought it was a great read.

    http://www.wilsonweb.com/design/nieh...ng-images1.htm

    Articles parts 2 and 3 are linked from part 1.

    Enjoy

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