How to add unlimited images to your ebay listing (FOR FREE)
Ebay charge 12p per additional image, and they only give you 1 image for free. Now we all know that if you want your item to sell well, and achieve its maximum possible sale price that your customers are going to want to look at more than one image.
This is no longer a problem. While creating your listing description, ebay give you two choices. The ‘standard’ tab and the ‘HTML’ tab. You can write / create your listing just like usual in the standard tab, and then switch the HTML tab when you want to add images.
Now locate the place where you want to place your image, whether it is at the top, bottom or even in between two paragraphs. You can use the following code to insert an image into your listing free of charge. However if you are using an ebay template you have purchased somewhere, please make sure it supports extra images. All of the templates here at Mumbo Design support extra images, see our templates here.
<img src=”IMGLINK” alt=”few descriptive words”>
That’s all there is to it, simply replace IMGLINK with the link to your image e.g. mumbodesign.com/example.jpg. The alt tag should also be used for SEO purposes, a few words to describe what is in the image is fine.