Your website is going to look really boring without some photos. We always recommend hiring a professional photographer but you can also use stock photography to make your posts and pages look more attractive and rank better in search terms. Images will help you rank for keywords and help you increase sharability.
There are a lot of bad (meme-inspiring) stock photography. Here are some of the places we go to find images for our content.
Make sure that you read the licensing rights on your own. Reuse isn’t the same thing as commercial reuse, make sure you know the difference.
Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license. All photos are nicely tagged, searchable and also easy to discover through our discover pages.
Pixabay – https://pixabay.com/
Death to Stock – Free monthly pack of stock photos, and access to their archive is still available. Paid memberships also available.
Flickr – An oldie but a goodie, tons of images, lots of different usage rights, and you might need a Yahoo account.
New Old Stock – Another Tumblr blog that you can follow.
Viintage – Public domain artwork and advertising repo