I'm still consistently amazed at how many people are doing this, especially when you can get your images, completely legit, from Shutterstock with their $249 one month subscription.
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For $249, you can get a one month subscription that allows you to download 25 images a day under their standard license. That means with a single month membership you could download yourself a library of 750 high quality, high resolution royalty free images, which you then have standard rights to use.
I mean really, 750 legit images, of your choice, is a lot to work with for that price. Go two months and you've got 1500, etc, etc.
I just don't see any reason why anyone even half serious about making money on the web would take the risks associated with grabbing images off of Google when this option is out there.
I know $249 might seem like a lot to some, but when you consider that for many IMers, 750 good images would be enough to serve their IM needs almost indefinitely, it really is a pittance.
I just wanted to throw that out there in case anyone wasn't aware of how cheap these plans can be. For anyone grabbing images off the big G, do yourself a favour and build yourself a legit library through one of these sites. It doesn't have to cost a fortune.