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Facebook Page's posts - copyright issue

Discussion in 'Social Media' started by danvin, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. danvin

    danvin Affiliate affiliate

    Hi everybody :)
    I want to promote CPA offers using Facebook Ads, so my plan is to create Facebook page, fill it with a content and start promotion.
    I'm thinking about "Fitness" niche.

    Here is the question - is there any chance to get problems posting photos of "hot fitness girls" taken from internet (or similar facebook pages) ?

    I know that theoretical answer is yes, but does anybody had this issue?
    If yes - what's the penalty ?

    I'm ready to start, but this question stops me.

    Thank you
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  3. williamrs

    williamrs Service Manager Service Manager affiliate

    I personally have never seen anyone getting into troubles because of that. I am not syaing that it's correct or ethical, though.

    Instead of using images from Google, you can buy images from sites like iStockPhoto.

    You can also search on Google for images that are copyright free (there is a filter for that, "usage rights").
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  4. danvin

    danvin Affiliate affiliate

    Thank you!
    I think i'll combine all those methods to get maximum photos without copyright violations.
  5. Michaela Richardson

    Michaela Richardson Affiliate affiliate

    No chance to have problems! I`ve seen a lots, lots of people doing this. Taking so many pictures from other accounts and pages and they are ok now. Plus a lot of fake acounts who are standing up and so many naked women and nobody spam there. So, do your job whithout worries :)!

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