In a hilarious post, BuzzFeed said that no one would ever use any of the stock images that they posted in their article. Well, I have to say that they’re wrong. I mean, really, I can see a perfectly good use for their first image in the post:
You see, this is a photo of a nun, praying that their search engine rankings are going to get better after the nun’s website fell in rankings. Apparently, this nun’s website was hit by the Google Penguin algorithm.
And, she’s a small business (a small fish in a large sea), and apparently that’s why her website was hit by one of Google’s search engine algorithm updates. Because only large brands are ranking well now, those who have tons of money to spend on Google AdWords ads.
And why is this nun wearing Google-colored swim goggles? Well, duh! Google Glass doesn’t work under water, so she had to wear these Google goggles instead.
So there. There’s actually a really good reason why I needed to use this stock image from Getty Images. I just had to explain to you why a photo of a nun wearing goggles under water is praying to a small fish.
And yes, I just used this stock photo that BuzzFeed said would never be used.