Feature Friday: How to Get Your Bigstock Images

Video tutorial: How to Get Your Bigstock Images

If you’re like most, your eyes are drawn to images before text. 

We want you to be able to leverage the power of images with your content marketing. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to download high quality Bigstock images from directly within your Crowd Content account.

This video explains how you can easily retrieve photos that you have previously downloaded. 

If, at anytime, you need a high quality photo to compliment your content marketing, you can choose from millions available directly in your account.

Nissa Wallace

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Helping manage over 15,000 clients from over 80 countries, Nissa works with the customer success team at Crowd Content. Her goal is to help clients create unique and relevant content for their digital strategy. Originally from a small town in the mountains, Nissa moved to Vancouver Island to satisfy her curiosity about sociology, and complete her degree in it. When she takes a break from clients and content, Nissa spends time with her partner and her dog, Tickle. She also loves to embroider, paint and draw.

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0 thoughts on “Feature Friday: How to Get Your Bigstock Images”

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    Victor Peters says:

    Thumbs up Laura for the great features that you always post.This is a very informative feature that will go a long way in helping one to easily retrieve previously downloaded photos.It has been personally useful.

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      Corbin Bartoli says:

      You’re right, Victor. This is a great resource. I’ll be sure to use it when I need it, that’s for sure. Thanks for the video Laura, it’s a great asset to us content writers.

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    Earl Dotson says:

    As a writer, I always felt somewhat guilty that images grabbed my attention before text did. It’s a relief to know I’m not unusual – at least, not for that reason.

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      Images and text go hand in hand, and they always have. Even the first newspapers broke up the gray space with woodcuttings to show images.

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    I love Bigstock photo, as I am a contributor there as well. It’s a great photo site, and one that provides tons of content for people to use at a cheap price.

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