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Lori Ross
TotalPost:30
how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    hi,

    Do you go into "design your own" and just highlight and copy and paste the image ?

    thank you,
    Lori
19/11/2011 15:37:31

Fred Virgo
TotalPost:2214
RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    Good morning Lori,

    1. Create your store - which you've probably already done
    2. Create your sections or categories
    3. Place the products you wish to sell with your artwork on them in the categories or sections
    4. As you work on each image with the artwork, right click and 'save as' the image into a folder on your hard drive.

    There are 3 image sizes:

    150x150 is the small image displayed
    When you 'Edit' the image, it is 240x240 pixels
    When you click the 'enlarge', it is 480x480 pixels.

    Just choose what size(s) you need. It's a pain in the neck but as far as I know, it's the only way.

    Anyone else have ideas or a shortcut?

    Fred


    >hi,
    >
    >Do you go into "design your own" and just highlight and copy and paste the image ?
    >
    >thank you,
    >Lori

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19/11/2011 21:30:26

Lori Ross
TotalPost:30
RE:RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    hi Fred,
    Thank you very much.

    Lori



    >Good morning Lori,
    >
    >1. Create your store - which you've probably already done
    >2. Create your sections or categories
    >3. Place the products you wish to sell with your artwork on them in the categories or sections
    >4. As you work on each image with the artwork, right click and 'save as' the image into a folder on your hard drive.
    >
    >There are 3 image sizes:
    >
    >150x150 is the small image displayed
    >When you 'Edit' the image, it is 240x240 pixels
    >When you click the 'enlarge', it is 480x480 pixels.
    >
    >Just choose what size(s) you need. It's a pain in the neck but as far as I know, it's the only way.
    >
    >Anyone else have ideas or a shortcut?
    >
    >Fred
    >
    >
    >>hi,
    >>
    >>Do you go into "design your own" and just highlight and copy and paste the image ?
    >>
    >>thank you,
    >>Lori
    >
20/11/2011 11:08:53

Lennie
Title:HANDS OFF! UNCLE!
TotalPost:655
RE:RE:RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    Stay away from Ebay until February.

    My opinion -
    Cancel your subscription until you are ready to sell - not until after the holidays. READ! - Do research. Don't come waltzing in here expecting to make a fast buck. You will be back in a few weeks screaming about how AN is a scam.
    With your free store, begin to create your product. Most AN resellers steal images. But, there are sites that you can get images without stealing or spending alot of money. If you have a 3rd party lister for Ebay, start getting your listings ready.

    After the holidays are over, you should be ready to go!

    I wish you the best of luck! I have been here for 4 years. I don't sell AN products as much as I used to. I have since began my own drop shipping business.
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21/11/2011 4:11:15

Lori Ross
TotalPost:30
RE:RE:RE:RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    >Stay away from Ebay until February.
    >
    >My opinion -
    >Cancel your subscription until you are ready to sell - not until after the holidays. READ! - Do research. Don't come waltzing in here expecting to make a fast buck. You will be back in a few weeks screaming about how AN is a scam.
    >With your free store, begin to create your product. Most AN resellers steal images. But, there are sites that you can get images without stealing or spending alot of money. If you have a 3rd party lister for Ebay, start getting your listings ready.
    >
    >After the holidays are over, you should be ready to go!
    >
    >I wish you the best of luck! I have been here for 4 years. I don't sell AN products as much as I used to. I have since began my own drop shipping business.


    hi,
    Thank you. No I didn't think it would be fast money. I could tell from the way this site is
    that digging would be required,
    :)
    Yes I am reading up, but I thought asking questions is a good way to go too.
    What is a third party lister ?
    I'm really familiar with Ebay,I've been selling and buying a long time.
    Congratulations on your new business--sounds good.
    And thank you for the replies.

    Happy Holidays,
    Lori
21/11/2011 8:22:29

Neil
TotalPost:94
RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply

    Hi lori, you can download images in bulk from drop down menu in your "Product List" in your store. You can also add image to your ebay listing using "html" listings creator on ebay. Right click on the image from AN and select "copy image location". Create new listing on eBay using html tap in description field. Right click and select "paste". Paste image locations between <img src="paste here">.


    ***FYI**** AN also allows you to download image you have previously uploaded at a fee of 0.10cents each download.
22/11/2011 7:05:57

Lori Ross
TotalPost:30
RE:RE:how do you get the product images for Ebay auctions ? Reply


    OK thank you.


    >Hi lori, you can download images in bulk from drop down menu in your "Product List" in your store. You can also add image to your ebay listing using "html" listings creator on ebay. Right click on the image from AN and select "copy image location". Create new listing on eBay using html tap in description field. Right click and select "paste". Paste image locations between <img src="paste here">.
    >
    >
    >***FYI**** AN also allows you to download image you have previously uploaded at a fee of 0.10cents each download.
29/11/2011 13:07:15
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