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  1. How to Find Free Images With Google's Advanced Image Search

    There are tools, many free, to check usage rights, like the TinEye reverse image search, that can help you locate additional information or creative commons usage. Naturally, bloggers will go straight to Google and grab one of the first images they...

  2. Bing Adds "Pin it" Button in Image Search

    With that re-addition, Yahoo also allowed people to search for images licensed under Creative Commons licenses for use within various applications. Separate from Bing's social sidebar efforts, the folks over at Bing have added a "Pin it" button to...

  3. Optimizing 3 Types of Content on YouTube, Flickr, SlideShare

    If you want to use your images for link building (assuming they are all of your own creation), then upload them with Creative Commons rights, and in your image description (after the important first 160 characters), note that anyone can use the...

  4. Can Google Correlate Be Used as a PPC Tool?

    Creative Commons Licensed Image courtesy of xkcd.com Google have released a tool that lets us investigate and compare correlations of search volumes across different terms over time. I’m a strong believer that anything that lets me know more about...

  5. SEO vs. PPC: Heavyweights Duke it Out at SES Chicago 2009

    Creative Commons Photo Credit Creative Commons Photo Credit Control over placement on the search engine results pages (SERPs) The second study scrutinized the order-value to see if users coming from paid ads were buying more or less than organic...

  6. Revised Google Book Settlement Addresses Rightsholders Issues

    If an author wants to make a book available for free or under Creative Commons licenses, they are free to do that as well. The amended settlement agreement requires the Book Rights Registry to search for rightsholders who have not yet come forward...

  7. SearchDay | The Decision-Making Funnel, Stage 4: Action

    Image Search Launches Creative Commons Filter Posted by Nathania Johnson May 28, 2009 If you need to find photos or graphics that have less restrictions than a fully copyrighted image, Yahoo! is making that easier with a new Creative Commons filter...