Where To Get Awesome Images — Completely Free

George Kao
Oct 12, 2015 · 2 min read

It’s easier than ever before to find free images / stock photos you can use for your marketing, social media, your website, etc… for anything.

Free, as in completely. Doesn’t even require you to give attribution / credit.

Here are 6 such websites to check out:

Pixabay is great for searching specific words / themes you want to portray

For the biggest search engine of free images, go to:

…and click Google Images there, and search the desired word or phrase you’re looking to portray in a picture! Tutorial video here:

4 other great resources:

Pablo is the tool I use to quickly create social media (or blog post) images… like the one at the bottom of this post. Also free.

…is like a more sophisticated version of Pablo, with many more font choices, aesthetic elements. Free to use for the most part. They have premium elements that are cheap, e.g. $1.

This is great for re-sizing and editing photos. And creating animated GIF’s from a series of pictures. Free too.

A cool tool for making Venn diagrams, flow-charts, and other similar graphics.


George Kao is a marketing & productivity mentor for Coaches, Consultants, and Counselors, and focuses on authentic marketing & joyful productivity. George has been coaching and mentoring, full time, for 7 years. He now loves giving away his training & content for free. To receive a monthly email with George’s best content & tools, subscribe here.


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