Feature Friday: How to Download Bigstock Images in Your Crowd Content Account

What better day to kick off Feature Friday than Friday the 13th?

Every week we will be doing a short Feature Friday video outlining cool features that you can find in your Crowd Content account. 

This week, founder and CEO, Clayton Lainsbury, shows us how to download Bigstock images directly into your Crowd Content account.

In just a few clicks, you will own the rights to high quality, royalty free photos, that you can incorporate into your content marketing.

Google is on the look out for fresh and unique content. Why not compliment it with an eye catching image? Check it out!

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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Natalya Ward
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Natalya Ward

Images are so important to grabbing a reader’s attention. While I used to think the text alone should be enough, when a person is scrolling through a list of posts and articles, the ones with an image are most likely to be clicked. It’s a great way to stand out from the competition. Glad to see Crowd Content making it super easy to add images.

Georgia Potts
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Georgia Potts

I’m glad to see that as well. Images have always been used to break up text, even going back to the first newspapers. Today, photos are even more necessary for keeping the readers’ attention and adding a new dimension of interest to the page.

Emma Chapman
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Emma Chapman

Yes, Laura, thanks for your interesting article. It is always great to find royalty free photos, especially when the photographs are in the public domain. Incorporating an image within an article is one way to add extra eye appeal for the reader.

Earl Dotson
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Earl Dotson

An article without an image has basically no eye appeal for the reader. Having good text alone should be enough to attract readers, but in reality that’s just not the case.

Tay H
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Tay H

This is great. Images really do add a lot to content.

auntieemily
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auntieemily

This is very interesting. I had no idea that there was such an option available.

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