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  1. Free stock photos

    Yes, sorry for the late reply (we're a little ahead of your timezone here in Australia). Rookie mistake I'll make sure to use the correct link next time (can you tell I don't do this often...?) I feel like such a... Download
  2. Free stock photos

    One more for today...I love this one Full size
  3. Free stock photos

    All photos here are licensed under Creative Commons Zero which means you can copy, modify, distribute and use the photos for free, including commercial purposes, without asking permission from or providing attribution to the photographer or website. I've sourced them personally and are safe to use. Enjoy! Full size ________ Full size ________ Full size ________
  4. Best E-Commerce site for beginners

    Can't agree more! When I was evaluating an eCommerce platform for building out My Website, I spent a few hours knocking up a one-page requirements doc. It helped me identify which business outcomes were mandatory and which were optional. This really helped narrow down the field. For example, I split my requirements into four stakeholder groups = photographers, customers, payment/receipts and reporting. Under each stakeholder, I had a business requirement, e.g. photographer must be able to sign up. Photographer must be able to upload images etc... The non-mandatory requirements (like some of the backend reporting) I was happy not to have on Day 1 of launch and so I had tactical solutions in place (like a SQL query instead of a pretty webpage report). I just paid for the features that were mandatory for the basic operation of the business (as I had defined). Over the years, the platform has been updated and ripped apart+rebuilt but I still use the same approach. So much cheaper paying for what you need for the immediate phase of rollout that you find yourself in now. Hope that helps. Good luck!
  5. which is best domain .com or .net domain?

    Domain names are marketing tools. Tools to help gain, convert and retain customers. Their value lies in their ability to do so (and the value of those customers). I think the decision to go with com or net depends on whichever customer brand recall would be better. If you're unsure then my tip is to check out what your top competitor is doing. For example, if you're competing with Sports Direct then I would use the .com like they do. (But the .com gets my vote - and I've put my money where my mouth is! LOL) Hope that helps.
  6. Hey @@designgem, I'm a little late to the party on this post but here goes. From a legal and copyright standpoint, the free stock photos from reputable sites like: - Unsplash - Pexels - Pixabay ...have been sourced and vetted appropriately so there's little risk of pirated images. The photographers that contribute to these sites have granted a Creative Commons Zero license (CC0) which, in short, means you can use without payment or attribution to the photographer or the website. Some of the photographers that contribute these free stock photos are amateurs building a portfolio. Some are professionals that contribute as part of their marketing (e.g. rawpixel). To be clear, it's not stealing. These images (along with the CC0 usage rights) have been granted by these talented photographers for personal or commercial use at zero cost. My advice is just to make sure you source them from reputable sites that have checks in place should there be any question of copyright. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any further questions.
  7. Free stock photos (for those that hate scrolling)

    Should I rebrand as "Stock photos for the terminally lazy"? Here's a few more (just because...) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i39y6nRa8NA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvszKXP621Y
  8. Free stock photos (for those that hate scrolling)

    I'd love some feedback (if anyone has a spare sec). Cheers, Jon
  9. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jDNc0xJnmK0 Hi there, first time poster. Please be kind Cheers (great to be here!), Jon