It’s no secret Google makes an effort to bring top quality stock photos to their mobile application. Their platform has a built-in filter called “Image Optimization” that sorts the images for your search results to find the ones with the best quality.
For the top image in this post, Search Engine Land’s favorite option is “Gage Imaging,” which earns the highest number of points. It ranks 3rd overall in Google for “average cost of $1.50 per image” and 3rd when it comes to “average cost of $2 for each of the three images in a page.” They have 4,638 images in their index.
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PhotoShack is an old-school online photo store that focuses on stock images, and its Flickr page, which also has a free photo section, has over 1.1 million images. If you don’t want to invest in buying photos, there’s a free Google Drive to upload your photos.
ImageMovers makes stock images searchable, and is a great source of great stock image images to use in your next portfolio.
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Featured Image: Photograph of the Week by Flickr/E. E. Schut
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On Thursday, the Senate Intelligence Committee held a live hearing on “Russia’s Interference in the 2016 Election” which has raised significant new questions about the Trump campaign’s connection to Russia.
As Senator Dianne Feinstein, chair of the committee, noted, this hearing is a critical part of the committee’s investigation.
“These hearings have opened the door to probing not only what we learned about Russian interference, but also the questions of responsibility for election tampering that are still unanswered. I am confident our investigation of Russian influence on our election will proceed in the most serious way possible with a bipartisan and independent group of investigators, including Senate intelligence committee and congressional committees,” she said.
This investigation has been ongoing for over a year. It began after former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, his associate Rick Gates, and Trump foreign policy adviser George Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to one count of false statements to the FBI. All three were charged in August when they admitted to lying to the FBI about their contacts with Russian agents about their Ukraine connections
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