Understanding album privacy settings
You can send images from your GoDaddy Photo Album account directly to your blog using the Blog Image feature. However, access to the image may be limited depending on the privacy level you set for the gallery in which the image is stored. There are three privacy levels for GoDaddy Photo Album Galleries:
This setting makes the gallery available for public view. We suggest that you use a Public gallery to store any photograph you want to share.
This setting makes the gallery private so only you, the owner, can view it when logged into the website. You can blog photos from galleries that you have marked as Private. However, no one apart from the GoDaddy Photo Album owner can click the image and view it; all other visitors instead see an error displayed.
This setting makes the gallery accessible only to visitors who enter the correct password. You can blog photos from galleries that you have marked as Password Protected. However, when people click a Password Protected photo displayed on your blog, they're not able to access it without knowing the password.
Note: If you blog a picture stored in a Public gallery and later change the gallery to Private or Password Protected, you must manually remove the image from your blog, since the blog software has no way of knowing that you have changed the gallery status.
For assistance sending photo blog entries to your blog, see Blogging Photos.