FREE this Weekend! Better Blogging with Photography by Terri Webster Schrandt | The Beauty of Words

In honor of my one year anniversary of the launch of my eBook Better Blogging with Photography, you can pick it up FREE, from July 8-10, in the Amazon Kindle store!

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As a blogger, are you weary of constantly hunting for images to illustrate the subject of your blog posts? Perhaps you are a new blogger struggling to get more readers. Or a seasoned blogger continually seeking inspiration for quality blog posts. This guidebook is designed to help you utilize your own images on your blog or website.

While free image sites abound, there are limitations to using so-called “free” images. Gone are the days when bloggers can innocently copy and paste an image from the web and paste it into their blog post. After reading this short guidebook, you will want to grab your smart phone or inexpensive digital camera and start taking photos!

Recently, I was pleased to see that fellow blogger, Cathleen Townsend of The Beauty of Words, published this review of my book.

This is an informative little book that begins with the pitfalls of taking random pictures off Google and posting them on your blog (always make sure they’re licensed for commercial reuse), but it goes much further than that. Ms. Schrandt covers an array of image-related enhancements to blogging.

Source: Better Blogging with Photography by Terri Webster Schrandt | The Beauty of Words

She also links an informative and time saving post: An Easy, Fast, Ethical Way to Find Online Pics Using Google

It is hard to believe it has been one year since I self-published this little book! If you can spare the time, I would be grateful for an honest review!

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27 thoughts on “FREE this Weekend! Better Blogging with Photography by Terri Webster Schrandt | The Beauty of Words

  1. Congrats on the one-year anniversary of your photography book, Terri. And cheers to a successful repeat for the fitness one you are working on right now! Taking and using your own photos is the best – a lot of fun and no complications. But, also a lot of work. 🙂

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      1. Full day of writing for me, too. Well, working on my memoir, whether it was writing, editing or browsing through existing material. My eyes are shot now and I have to turn the computer off!! Looking forward to your guest post for Donna – I sent mine off the end of last month.

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  2. Reblogged this on education pathways and commented:
    Free download of this book July 8-10. I snatched it to get some good ideas, but I also want to publicize it because, as a former technology teacher, I wanted to remind everyone that just because you can say “it is on the Internet” or “I found it on Google” about a photo doesn’t make it free. Although copyright laws have gotten way out of hand from the original intent, thanks in large part to the movie industry giants, they are still laws. In the case of photography the photographer does own the picture. I’d rather use my own work or find a public domain site than risk stealing someone else’s work. And there is always an option to purchase stock images. Happy Blogging!

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  3. Terry Redman

    Alas, I checked out your book but I am not using Amazon or Kindle. The best I can do is wish you luck and thank you for the offer. T

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  4. Donna

    Thanks so much, Terri – I have just downloaded this book now! I have also shared the love on my social media! Happy Book Anniversary!

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  5. Congratulations on the one-year anniversary of your book, Terri. As you know, I found the book a life saver as I was not 100% sure that all the images I’d used on my blog were actually free to use. Wishing you much success with the next book.

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