300 Awesome Free Things

As entrepreneurs, we are always on the lookout for cool tools and resources.And, hey, if they're free? Even better!A member of JVFocus pointed out this great resource with 300 awesome tools for entrepreneurs and startups.Sometimes there can be a fine line between Bright Shiny Objects and things that can actually make us more productive or improve the way we can operate online.​Check the items out on the link below, but make sure if you implement them, they will be a help and not a distraction. There are some good things in the Work & Productivity section that will help with this. ==> Click here to see the 300 awesome things.​ Here is a list of the awesome things you will find at the link above: Business + Marketing: A. FREE WEBSITE + LOGO + HOSTING + INVOICING B. FREE BUSINESS / PROJECT NAME GENERATORSC. WRITING / BLOGGINGD. FIND (TRENDING) CONTENT (IDEAS)E. FREE SEO + WEBSITE ANALYZERSF. FREE IMAGE OPTIMIZERSG. FREE IMAGE EDITORSH. COLLECT & SEND EMAILS FOR FREEI. FREE SOCIAL MEDIA + COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT + SURVEYSJ. A/B TESTS & GROWTH HACKING Design + Code: A. FREE DESIGN RESOURCES B. COLOR PICKERSC. INSPIRATIOND. FREE STOCK PHOTOGRAPHYE. FREE TYPOGRAPHYF. FREE ICONSG. FREE USEFUL STUFF Work & Productivity: A. BACKGROUND SOUND TO FOCUS B. AVOID DISTRACTIONC. ORGANIZE & COLLABORATED. DIGITAL NOMADS & REMOTE WORKING Discover & Learn: A. DISCOVER TOOLS & STARTUPS B. BUILD TOGETHERC. LEARND. NEWSLETTERS THAT DON’T SUCKE. USEFUL I hope you find some awesome free things to help you earn on the net. Be sure to visit our Free Downloads page before you go. There are several free resources...

Using Images Online

We find ourselves frequently needing images. We use them on websites, landing pages, social media, online ads, blogs, in e-books, and for those of us that also do off-line work, we use them in flyers, advertising, postcards, brochures and more. There are many places online where we can get these images. However, unless we've taken the images ourselves with our own camera, we need to be careful we’re not violating a copyright. For that matter, even if we take our own pictures, we need to be careful of copyrights. For example, are you aware that photographs of buildings in the United States built after December 1, 1990 require the owners permission to be used in many cases? Buildings built prior to that date are exempt from the copyright laws, but for ones built after that date, it's always best to get the owner's permission. Most of us, though, are going to use photos or images taken by other people. Get a license All images can potentially be copyrighted in some form or fashion, and when using them, we need to be sure that we are not in violation. The best way to do that is to get a license to use the image. There are different types of licenses generally available. We will usually want to get a royalty-free license. That means that once we have acquired the license, for whatever time period the license is valid we do not have to pay individual royalty fees every time the image is used. Some licenses are only for non-commercial use. We could use them on a website such as a...