New Free Images & Great New Public Domain Trend

Two important developments… First,apparently Microsoft has ripped out the gallery of images it used to provide to license holders for PowerPoint and other programs. That means you can’t automatically just use some image that comes up when you search for an image in PowerPoint or office.com. Here’s a really good post about it from my friend Ellen Finklestein – here.

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That is one of the reasons I’m so happy to post this new list of public domain images from friend and business partner Tony Laidig. He’s also doing a webinar on product creation with images that will be very worthwhile – New Public Domain Images Sources

This is so cool because it taps into the new and growing trend of photographers who release their photos – most of them stunning – into the public domain for all to use in anyway they wish all without asking for permission or paying royalties.

So download this report now and start taking advantage of all these cool new images.

Strongly recommend: Register and attend the special training Tony will be doing on how to use these images to create info-products – super cool! The registration link for that webinar is at the end of the special report. Download here.

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5 comments on “New Free Images & Great New Public Domain Trend
  1. Kathleen says:

    Thanks Daniel,
    I’m just getting started and can use all the help I can get. You guys are so generous. May it return to you blessed and multiplied.

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  2. Dan, thanks for the mention. Tony Laidig has a long history of helping people with graphics, so I’m sure his list & webinar will be valuable.

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  3. Thank you, Daniel, for providing this helpful resource. However, it’s a lot less helpful than it could have been since the links aren’t clickable and even difficult to copy and then paste into a browser. It sure be more desirable if the links were clickable.

    Best wishes always,

    Charles

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  4. Thank you.
    THE LAST LINK OF THE REPOR DOES NOT OPEN.

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  5. Eleta Parris says:

    Thank you, Daniel. I spent an hour yesterday looking for a free picture to add to my blog post. I finally ended up using one that only kind of went with the text. I will look at these sources now to try to find a better one for that post.

    Thanks again.

    Eleta Parris

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