Bonus: All Things Images

Photographs are a very important piece of social media marketing and they can make or break your campaigns.

However, when you use an image that you find on the internet, it is your responsibility to confirm that they are free from copyright restrictions or that they are licensed under creative commons public domain dedication.

If it falls under either of these categories, it means you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

For the sake of ease, I've listed my top pics for free stock photos.

https://stocksnap.io  - This site has a large selection of free stock photos that have high resolutions. You can use a search feature to browse through images and download them too.  Additionally, they make it simple to find the most popular photos available all while adding hundreds of images on a daily basis.

https://www.pexels.com - Pexels provides high-quality and completely free stock photos.  All photos are nicely tagged, searchable, and also easy to discover through their discover pages.

https://pixabay.com - This site includes free stock photos, vectors, and art illustrations

https://www.canva.com - this is a program that I use to create visually appealing content. There are a lot of images you can get for free inside this program. There are also other images that you can purchase for $1/image. Most image purchasing programs will charge $14+ per image so this is a great alternative for getting inexpensive high-quality images.