I don't think that image is from the new Getty 'free embed' program; as someone else stated above, there is a stock format and watermark and hyperlink to the image on the Getty main site - yours looks legit licensed. You won't know until late next month when they collate last months sales. I shoot for Getty and Wireimage, and 90% of my sales are for online use and I pocket between $2-$5 per use online (sometimes more, usually less...).
I know everyone has this impression of "big, bad, Getty" but I've gotten paid for every image I've ever found that they licensed - they aren't selling images behind the photographers back. I hear people complain about the percentages as well, photogs only get 30% of royalties - but seriously, without Getty would you have been able to get a picture on Time.com? So it's 30% of a $10 license fee, or 100% of a $0 license (because I doubt the photo editors of Time are cold calling many individual photographers via their Wix website and offering to buy images that way...) Revel in it! I'm a music photographer, and the first time one of my pics was on Rollingstone.com I was ecstatic! "They like me! They really like me!!" ...and I made $3...but it was $3 I wasn't going to make without Getty...!