Top 3 Recommended Sites to Find Free Stock Photos for Your Marketing

Looking for free stock photos for your social media, blog or marketing? Look no further and check these top 3 recommended websites!

 

One of the most asked questions today is – Where to get low-priced or free stock photos to use in my marketing?

There are so many sites on the web that offer stock photos for a price and you can always use some of them! From all the websites, Bigstockphoto.com is one of the most popular. The prices are great – you can buy 100 credits for $169. Another great site is Adobe, however, their prices aren’t – 10 credits for $29.00! This is overpriced, $3 for an image!

You can also use Canva.com, however, their photos are limited and the $1 ones are not such a great quality. Also, some of their photos are boring and a little bit cliche.

So, as you can see, even though there are a lot of websites on the web, finding the perfect one is not an easy task. That is why we’ve decided to come up with a list of websites that offer free stock photos under a creative common license. In other words, you can use these photos without a permission, for both personal and commercial projects. You can use them for your marketing, social media, website or blog.

Our top 3 choices are:

  1. Pexels
  2. Pixabay
  3. Unsplash

Most of these sites have features and options that make it pretty easy to find a photo. They all have good tagging systems and search options, so you can easily find a photo you need for your online project! You can also choose what type of photo you need – horizontal, vertical, illustrations, photos, and etc.

Pexels can offer you the largest selection of photos, as well as Pixabay. Unsplash is limited in what it offers and most of the people are using this site for background photos!

The biggest trick when using these sites is not to spend all of your time searching for the perfect photo. We know that you want to have a great photo, but remember that for the most part, your photo will be seen for a few seconds. You should be selective, but don’t spend too much time or energy on something that will disappear in a few seconds. So, scroll, pick one, and move one! It is that simple!

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