You will have to locate images online for a list of 300 products we have, save the image to your computer, and name the image correctly. These are all products sold online, so most of the images should be out there. We provide you with the manufacturer, and the name of the product, and in many cases, a description of the product. You will have to find the image online, probably by searching by the name of the product on Google and finding the image in an online store. Once you find a store selling the image, and the image is not copyrighted to the store, you can then save the image from their site onto your computer. Once the image is saved onto your computer, you will then rename the image with a name we provide. The final product will be a list of images in a folder and each image is correctly named, and a list of the images you could not find. You will deliver this to us via an FTP site we will provide you, so you can upload these files to this site.
1. The image cannot by copyright material. If the image is NOT copyrighted, then the people using the image do not own it, and so we can take it from their online store, or site, and use it for our store as well. The way to know that an image is not copyrighted is that the same image is used by more than one store. In this case that means that neither store owns the image and so we can take it. Also, some stores (eg, [url removed, login to view]) put a watermark on all of their images - this is a sign that the image IS copyrighted, in which case we cannot take it. In cases where you can only find one store or site with an image of the product we want, image then we don’t know if the image is owned by them or not. In that case you should go to the site of the manufacturer of the product (we will give you the manufacturer of each product) and try to find the image there. 2. If you can't find an image we can use, then you can let us know the image is not available online ??" you should just keep a list in either Microsoft Word or Excel of those images you could not find. 3. The image must be the right image for that particular product. You have to be very careful here, because often you will find products of a similar name, but that are different products. Be sure to get the image for the right product. The exact product name will differ across stores selling the same product, so you don’t have to get images from only those stores using the exact product name as the names we provide you with, but just be sure the product is the same. 4. When renaming the image, preserve the original suffix (eg: .jpg or bitmap), and just rename the prefix (eg. [url removed, login to view] would be renamed [url removed, login to view]). 5. When you tell us that an image is not available online, that means it must not be available through diligent searches using Google, other search engines or by looking in stores that sell similar products. If it turns out that the final product you give us is mistaken in one of these areas, we will deduct a pre-agreed upon amount from the final payment we give you. I propose that the amount we deduct for EACH incorrect image, incorrect name, incorrect suffix, or incorrect statement that the image is not available, would be 5% of the agreed upon payment. If you provide us with an image that is copyrighted, we will deduct 10% of the agreed upon amount for EACH copyrighted image.