My point is merely with regard to the comment below:
by grav » July 15th, 2011, 6:11 pm this would actually be a very effective way of getting traffic. start making images of the most popular subjects, and breaking media stories, with a september clues watermark. post them in forums where the google-bot will see them and rank them high in image search results.
Did Bert's image alongside Osama do anything for either in that regard?
@hoi.polloi and any others who may know With regard to the image in my previous post and hoi.polloi's reply to it i notice that they have been replaced by a green smiley/'emoticon' sticking its tongue out. I obtained the original link from 'snopes' and just want to check if this is allowed or do they and other websites in general like it have a policy of removing/replacing their images if used elsewhere? If so and because of some infringement on my part is there a particular part of the 'cluesforum' i need to familiarise myself with so that this infringement can be overcome [as well as my ignorance]? Apologies if this is an oft asked question but if i could be pointed in the right direction i would be most grateful.
pov603 wrote:With regard to the image in my previous post and hoi.polloi's reply to it i notice that they have been replaced by a green smiley/'emoticon' sticking its tongue out.
This is quite confusing. The image is from: http://18.104.22.168/ - which looks broken/defunct and is called "Urban Legends Reference Page" with the green "Mr. Yuck" sticker as its favicon. I am guessing that was a preventative measure of whatever site you were leeching from.
The best policy for hosting pics is to download the picture you want and reupload it to a hosting site like http://www.imageshack.us
Hi! I have made some interviews on the subject of "10 years" from the "9/11". Now, I have a feeling .... that the 9/11 hypnosis is fading away. I get much more of intelligent questions, compared to before, and my general belief is that it may be possible to come to a conclusion. The material will be on my site from (approx) Sept 1, 2011.