If you work in the digital marketing sector, it’s likely that at least once a week you’ll be thinking, “What image can I use for this?” Whether you need images for an email campaign or your social media, there is never enough content for marketing campaigns.
The solution to this problem is very simple – use stock images resources. All you have to do is pick a site from this compilation, choose the categories and get the best picture for your campaign! Also, there is a bonus at the end of the article for careful readers!
IMCreator has a great collection of content resources, all free for commercial use. The content may not be original, but the website is still very useful because all the images are divided into groups, making it faster and easier to find the right image.
Pixabay is one of the best collections of photos, drawings, vector art and video. All of them are free and you can use them for any projects you like. If you need to find a specific one – use the search bar and you will find what you need.
Pexels is a source with all content totally free to use for any legal purpose. You can modify and change the pictures any way you want. Pexels owners also don’t require the attribution of the pictures, which makes the process much easier. The website is free to use, but they accept PayPal donations.
If you have a blog about travelling, than BucketListly is your stock champion. It’s a website full of 5000+ travel photos and all of them are free, but only for non-commercial use! If you do need them for commercial use, send your licensing inquiries to the owner of BucketListly – Pete Rojwongsuriya. More information here.
KaboomPics has an enormous collection of high-quality graphic content, from vector art to photos. They are free for commercial use, however, you may not sell or redistribute them without permission. Photos can be posted uncredited, but the KaboomPics team greatly appreciate it when customers include a link to their website with the image.
The ISO Republic was founded in 2014 by Tom Eversley, a professional photographer and designer from England. His website provides images for marketers and creative professionals. He also offers premium photo packs with a royalty-free licence for unlimited commercial usage for only $15!
This website was created especially for those who work in the digital marketing sector – startups, bloggers, marketers, developers, designers and others. It’s a nice project where all the content produced by the team. There have more restricted terms and conditions than other sites on our list but their photos are definitely worth it!
This website was founded by Jeshu John, a professional web designer. He was in the same boat as you are: in constant need for high-quality photos for his content marketing, which is why he started this website. All images are created by him and are free for personal and commercial use, no attribution required.
Adobe provides their users with a plethora of content from all sorts of categories. In contrast to the other resources in our compilation, you do have to buy a subscription to be able to use the content, but it isn’t too expensive and it’s well worth it!
Splento also provides free images for marketing professionals and bloggers. This week, we are attending the B2B Marketing Expo 2017 and taking free photos of exhibitors stands and LinkedIn profile pictures for free.
We are also running a contest for exhibitors of B2B Marketing Expo. Get involved for the chance to win a free 5-hour photoshoot from Splento!
All you have to do is pick a photo from your personal Splento gallery and make a post with it on Twitter, include the hashtags: #PhotographersOnDemand and #B2BUK and you will be automatically entered into a prize draw. We will announce the winner on the 31th of March at 2pm! Good luck!