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Ebay listings…how to make them look professional? like web pages…?

hi everyone

I’ve got my own little business running, here’s my website:
http://www.pcgettafix.co.uk/

and business is slow these days, one of my strong points is selling gaming base units for approximately half the price everyone else does, my thinking is making small profits quickly rather than a possible big profit once in a while… so i want to get a couple of sales done on ebay, which will hopefully spark my business around…
thing is, i don’t know how to list my stuff looking really good and professional. for example, i’ve taken a link at random off ebay:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/NEW-GeForce-9800GT-512-3-1-Dual-Core-Gaming-Computer_W0QQitemZ260414080553QQcmdZViewItemQQptZDesktop_PCs?hash=item3ca1e38629&_trksid=p3286.m63.l1177

now how do i got about making that? i have designed a table form template on dreamweaver, but from my experience u can’t just copy the html and paste it into the ebay listing….as the images won’t show up, does that mean…like..for every image i have to upload to photpbucket and leave the html code to each image in their respective "box" in the table form that i copy to ebay?? seems like a lot of effort..is there any other way? or like…another way i can get it to look like that listing??

please guys, any help with any detail would be great:)..and if you’re after a great gaming base unit for dirt cheap then have a look on my site, specify what you want and i or one of my team will get back to you, see the "contact us" page.

thanks! 🙂

Usually this would be eBay templates, and use of HTML to style it.
You can build your own from HTML, or there are a few free eBay template designers. I don’t use them so I can’t recommend one.

For multiple pictures you can either uploaded them to eBay when you create the listing (there’s a fee for each image after the first) or set up your own hosting e.g. Photobucket and link to them from there, which does require a full URL.

If you have an eBay store you can add items and content from the store (like the menu) to your listings automatically.

Auctiva.com can create slideshows and similar to add to your listings.

  1. Tirial
    June 16th, 2012 at 08:43 | #1

    Usually this would be eBay templates, and use of HTML to style it.
    You can build your own from HTML, or there are a few free eBay template designers. I don’t use them so I can’t recommend one.

    For multiple pictures you can either uploaded them to eBay when you create the listing (there’s a fee for each image after the first) or set up your own hosting e.g. Photobucket and link to them from there, which does require a full URL.

    If you have an eBay store you can add items and content from the store (like the menu) to your listings automatically.

    Auctiva.com can create slideshows and similar to add to your listings.
    References :
    http://www.robshelp.com/ – freeform template designer
    http://www.template-o-matic.com/ – free template designer
    http://www.auctiva.com – slideshows

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