In essence, Getty’s embed feature is for editorial purposes, and not for commercial purposes, including advertising, promotions, or merchandising. So if you keep a blog for your business and you promote products and services, you might want to think twice before using the embed feature.
Also, embedding isn’t the same as copying the image from their website and loading it on your server. You’ll need a paid license to do that.
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