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if you know html you can embed any image directly into your listing. You should be hosting your images on a free hosting site as ebay gives you a small amount of free space, but then they charge you.

the tag for images is very simple < img src=xxx> where xxx is the exact URL to your image, including the http://. Hope this helps:)

oh, another quick tip be sure to save your image at 72 dpi, and keep it smaller than say 500 x 500 or so, that way it wont take over the page and be annoying:)

This tip will be more useful now that eBay has Capped their use of images in the free image input area to one:( I was highly displeased that many of my store listings which had lots of images in them were reduced to one without any notice from ebay... grrrrr!
 
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