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Posted on 04-22-2011

When you're adding content to your chiropractic website, it can often be tempting to cut costs wherever possible.  When you add a picture to your blog post or home page, it may seem like a good idea to swipe one from Google Images or another website.

We want to caution you that it is well worth the small investment to pay for stock photos. If you take an image off another website, and that person owns the legal rights to it, then you could be facing some litigation trouble, which, aside from being a hassle, never looks good to your patients if it gets out.

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