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Vậy nên mình xin thông báo lại là từ giờ mọi bài viết cũng như hoạt động mình đều chuyển sang địa chỉ nhé.  Các bạn subscribe cho trang mới này để nhận được thông báo khi có bài viết mới. Ngoài ra thì các bạn cũng có thể theo dõi page Kiến lang thang trên facebook của mình, các bài viết mới mình đều chia sẻ thông qua trang này nên các bạn cũng có thể sớm cập nhật nó.

Hy vọng một ngày ngôi nhà nho nhỏ của mình sẽ trở nên nổi tiếng, biết đâu đấy 🙂 


Advertising and the role of creativity

There are a lot of reasons that brands advertise. It might be to generate awareness. Increase consideration. Build traffic. Deliver an offer. Drive sales. Induce loyalty. Inspire sharing. Get liked. Start a conversation. But simply, advertisers advertise to call people to action. Maybe it’s to get a consumer to buy something right now. Every brand wants that. But long-term thinking also demands that sometimes our only purpose is to get people to like us. Or talk about us. Or see us in a positive light.

Tài Liệu về CopyWriter

Tài liệu về Insight ( Part 1 )

Một số tài liệu khá hay và đầy đủ về Insight ( Nguồn Slideshare )

Where to Find Free Images Online

In a perfect world, we could all take amazing photos, edit them scrupulously, and somehow manage to have enough props and stylish flair to snap the exact image you need to illustrate your post.

In the real world, we have access to other talented people who do that instead!

A roundup of places to find free images online for your blog or social media

I’ve lost count of the posts I’ve pinned, sent to Evernote, or emailed to myself that round up great places to find free images on the internet. To save myself that headache (and hopefully you too!) here they all are, finally, in one place. Pin it for yourself!

Tweet this: 27 Places to Find Free Images Online: @veggie_mama + @ProBlogger



from their site: All photos on Pexels are licensed under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. This means you can copy, modify, distribute and perform the photos. The pictures arefree for personal and even for commercial use. All without asking for permission or setting a link to the source. So thatattribution is not required. All in all the photos are completely free to be usedfor any legal purpose.

Wikimedia Commons

Wikimedia Commons has almost 25 million freely usable media files. You need to read their Reuse guide to check out the licensing requirements, though.

Getty Images

Getty Images has more than 50 million embeddable images – just hover over  an image and click the </> icon to get the code to paste into your post.


Public Domain Archive

Public Domain Images are bloggers who have curated all the images in the public domain they’ve come across in one handy place. Both modern and vintage images to choose from.

Free Images

Free Images (previously stock.XCHNG) have stricter requirements with their licensing, so do check each image before use. Option to purchase other photos as well.

Open Photo

Open Photo has plenty of images, vectors, and even video to choose from.


New Old Stock

New Old Stock is full of vintage photos from public archives, free of known copyright restrictions. You could scroll for hours!


As Picography says: Free high resolution photos. Use them however you like.

Creative Market

Creative Market is a paid service, with a weekly grab-bag of free images, fonts and other goodies to use on your blog.

Woman Using Smartphone  With Beautiful Blue Ocean


Stokpic not only has beautiful images totally free to use for personal or commercial use, they will also email you a package of 10 every two weeks. Their image categories are listed right at the top so you can see at a glance if they have something you’re looking for.

Foodies Feed

All food, all the time.


A very easy search function lets you find exactly what you’re looking for straight away on Stockvault. You can read the permitted usage terms here.



A great selection of images, to which 10 new ones are added every 10 days. There isn’t any search function or categories list, which can make it hard to find something specific, but the current images are laid out in a grid format for you to view.


Photopin has free photos for bloggers and creatives, which are accessed from the search bar on their home page.

A Prettier Web

A Prettier Web has beautiful (and quite girly) free images for bloggers and creatives.



Picjumbo has categories of free images on the left-hand side to help you find what you’re looking for. Everything from abstracts to weddings.


Click the menu box on the upper right-hand-side of SplitShire to find the categories, otherwise, scroll through the offerings.

Death to the Stock Photo

Death to the Stock Photo has a bundle of free images that get sent to subscribers each month, usually in a theme.



If you’re looking for something quirky and fun, you’ll find it at Gratisography.


To use some of the images at Morguefile, you’ll need to ask permission and link back to the creator, but they’re free and hi-res.


An easy-to-use list of categories shows itself when you are on the “free images” section of theDreamstime site.



Pixabay has tons of public domain vectors, drawings, and photos – all for free. A captcha is necessary prior to download, or you can sign up.


FreeFoto has 132549 free images to use with attribution and linkback.


Part of Getty Images,iStock has free photos, illustrations, video, audio, and editorial files in weekly batches.


Boss Fight

Boss Fight has one mission: To be your final “Boss Fight” when it comes to finding completely free (do whatever you want) stock images, photos, and photography.

Flickr Creative Commons

Flickr Creative Commons is constantly updated with people all over the world sharing their photos for use. Do check each attribution licence, however, as some are stricter than others.


StockSnap also has royalty-free images with no attribution required.

Where to find free images online

And not technically photos, but Entypo has 411 pictograms for use on websites. Fun!

Where are your favourite places to get images? Are you a photographer yourself?