We all love auctions with pictures right? That way you know what you're getting (usually - but that's another story). But as a seller I know auction sites don't make it easy to upload your own images. So you can go two ways if you want to make your auctions more interesting - you can steal an image from another site (it has been done!) or you can scan your own and use an image hosting site like Honesty.com. It costs nothing - all you do is follow the relatively straightforward instructions and Robert is your mother's brother. You can then use the image address (which you have carefully recorded) in your auction listing. Easy isn't it?
load your auction pics with honesty, very very easy to use and it makes placing items for auctions a lot easier, Honesty provides services for auctioneers when the auction site ( like ebay ) don't provide the facilities for loading your photos of your for sale items. I have used it several for items now and it has been easy to register, easy to use with no long waiting times. Yous imply load your pictures using a browse and up load function from your own files. Highly recommend this site.
If like me you are an auction junkie, a seller, not just a buyer, you should use honesty.com too. It is a tool you can use to set the price of the item you wish to sell, or simply just count how many visitors you get to your auction. I have used this a few times, well, every time as a counter, a few as a price finder. The drawback to this is that it is all in dollars, so if you are comfortable guessing the pounds sterling equivilent, it is good. Check out Scotts weekly musings too. They are a good laugh. They also have a multi-add function, so if you sell more than one item at a time, you can add counters in one go to all your sale goods. Very user friendly, very useful. Try it out!