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What do you use for your eBay listing to look professional?

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28 Jan 09 05:31:17 am
I'm just wondering what kind of software you guys are using or what you do to make ebay listings so professional, with many pictures formatted in different ways, etc. thanks

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28 Jan 09 05:41:17 am
If it is a product that I have stock of, then I will do a layout in Corel Draw, then convert that to html and upload.

If it's a one off item, then I will just use the basic ebay layout tools, and focus on writing good copy. Depending on the images I have, I may still run them through Corel to add a little extra interest if it is required.

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28 Jan 09 12:40:03 pm

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28 Jan 09 08:16:34 pm
thanks guys, i'm saying not only pictures. also how about the layout format

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29 Jan 09 03:12:27 am
Hi, if you are not too familiar with HTML, try a free program like Auctiva. They have lots of different templates and a great deal of information about how to make your listings look professional. You don't need to know any HTML at all and the program walks you through step by step. Look at the help section though as it's a bit tricky to figure it out intuitively.

Difficult I can do right away. Impossible takes a little longer
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29 Jan 09 04:08:44 am
Photo Impact along with Auctiva can produce some real pro looking listings.
NVUs WYSIWYG program is great too. Especially for people who are not savvy to the complex nature of Dreamweaver etc... .

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