Filling the site with information, most webmasters care only about the uniqueness of the texts and at the same time forget that search engines are able to determine the uniqueness of almost all elements of the resource. The site should be unique not only texts, but also design, pictures and other media content.
Do you think that photo stocks are created in vain and nobody buys images on them? You are mistaken, owners of popular resources buy pictures on them in order to add unique images and at the same time not to violate copyrights.
Possessing a small blog, buying pictures can be a serious expense , so you need to find alternative ways to extract unique images.
Where can I get unique pictures for the site? Almost all site owners for image search use search in pictures in search engines. Despite the fact that in some cases they violate copyright, this does not stop anyone, and as practice shows, they are not held accountable for this.
To get unique pictures for your site, you can also copy images from the Internet, but before you post them, slightly modify the picture. What exactly needs to be done to make the picture unique? Let's do an experiment. To begin with, we will find any picture and use the service to check its uniqueness:
As you can see, the system determined 1 result, this means that the picture is not unique and is already on one of the sites .
Now open it through the graphic editor and make some changes:
What has been done? We rotated the image, resized, applied a couple of effects and worked a little with brightness and contrast. We also installed a watermark in the form of the name of our blog.
Now we return to Tineye. com and check the uniqueness:
No results were found for the new image, which means that the picture is unique and you can safely add it to your site. Even the search for pictures in the Yandex system can bring additional traffic, so do not be lazy to change the pictures.
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