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No. Most photos found in a Google Image search are copyrighted. They usually don’t allow people to just take the photo and use it at free will. Taking an image you find and posting it on your website without the permission of the copyright holder would be illegal. More info here.
No. You can only post .jpgs and .pngs on Facebook. If you have a .pdf, you’ll want to change the file format. A quick way is to pull it up on your computer screen and take a screenshot.
Instagram ads are created and managed through the Facebook Ads Manager. Instagram posts can also be “boosted” through the Instagram app, but more targeting and design options are available through the Ads Manager on desktop.
Just throwing large video or photo files into an email is a recipe for problems. Three popular options are via Dropbox (requires an account), shared Google Drive, and probably the simplest option, WeTransfer.
Yes, but getting reviews removed from Google isn’t usually very quick, and it will take certain steps. However, there is a process to help, since reviews about current or former employment experience violates Google’s Review Policy.