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Free FTP Server for eBay photos?

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Im looking for an FTP server I can use to upload ebay photos to. Ive started using it quite a lot recently and the fees are piling up, so anything that could cut down on them would be really useful. Ive done a bit of googling but cant seem to find one that will work.

Anybody got any suggestions?
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
[url]www.photobucket.com[/url] works fine and is free,

or [url]www.imageshak.us[/url] is another one.........
#2
I use auctiva.com you can upload as many photo's as you want for no extra cost and use themes for free. i've also added embedded youtube videos into my listings for free
#3
donnydude
i've also added embedded youtube videos into my listings for free


You can do this within eBay itself for free. Just cut and paste the 'Embeddable Player' code (that's on the YouTube page for your video) into your Item Description (using the HTML option).
#4
Thanks for the tips guys, but im looking for somewhere that will let me upload photos via FTP then use them in my ebay listing. I already use a 3rd party program to design and upload my auctions, and it has a field for ftp server details to avoid paying ebays hosting fees.

anyone?
#5
loz_the_guru
Thanks for the tips guys, but im looking for somewhere that will let me upload photos via FTP then use them in my ebay listing. I already use a 3rd party program to design and upload my auctions, and it has a field for ftp server details to avoid paying ebays hosting fees.

anyone?


If you use imageshack or photobucket, you don't pay any fees for the pictures in your listings. I am not sure what program you are using, but I'm betting it has options to allow you to put URLs to images within your listings.
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loz_the_guru
Thanks for the tips guys, but im looking for somewhere that will let me upload photos via FTP then use them in my ebay listing. I already use a 3rd party program to design and upload my auctions, and it has a field for ftp server details to avoid paying ebays hosting fees.

anyone?

photobucket and the like give you a web address for your photo. Simply copy and paste this into your Ebay listing and your photo will appear..........

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