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What exactly are the picture requirements on Google, Amazon and eBay?

By Dan Wilson July 3, 2014 - 1:03 pm

As the importance of mobile shopping continues to grow, people just love buying on their smart phones and tablets, the relative importance of the images you use in your product listings will continue to grow too.

When buying on those smaller screens, perhaps on the go or whilst doing something else at the same time, images are how people shop. The written description becomes less important. People make quick decisions based on how an item looks.

Anyway, the good news is that Channel Advisor have gathered together all the rules and regs together for Amazon, eBay and Google so you can ensure that you’re performing as well as you can.

The free download will explain:

– What Amazon requires of its product images
– Important regulations for selling used items on eBay
– Why size matters for your Google product images

You can download it here.

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