It’s like finding a black pearl in an oyster, or like finding a golden Chachapoyan fertility idol in a booby-trapped Peruvian temple (hat tip, Indiana Jones).
For starters, the selection of truly free photos on the web is limited. Creative Commons, for example, is a great source for royalty-free images. But in most cases, you still need to attribute the creator/photographer when using a Creative Commons image in your content.
In other words, even if you think you’re using a “free” stock photo correctly, you might not be, and that could come back to bite you (in the form of legal action and/or a fine).
HubSpot’s marketing team recently analyzed the most frequently searched stock photo keywords on the web. And based on our results, they’ve created this Download.