Every day many thousands of images delivered from EAPH servers are viewed on eBay. A total of 1,017,400,464 since April 2005 (over one billion!)
FreeForm at robshelp.com has been helping eBay sellers since 1999. EAPH was launched in 2002 as a sister service to provide easy to use image hosting in conjunction with FreeForm. EAPH continues to assist with FreeForm and now also FreeForm2 by providing point and click access to images (graphics and photos) stored at EAPH for display within item descriptions for eBay and in web pages. No knowledge or editing of HTML is required. No copy and paste of URLs is needed.
Over the years many features have been added to EAPH which are available to use in conjuction with or separately from FreeForm and FreeForm2.
Review the Features and you'll likely agree, EAPH is not just another image hosting service. This is a service designed specifically to help sellers. By displaying photos within eBay auction descriptions you maintain full control over their size and quality. With EAPH, FreeForm and FreeForm2 you can also show as many of them as you need to help make the sale.
Expect Great Service
Reliability and customer service are two important factors when choosing a hosting service. EAPH servers are housed in state of the art data centers throughout the US. A data center is a secure building designed for housing web hosting servers with fire suppressant systems, backup power generators, and redundant Internet backbone connections. The data centers are staffed 24x7 to ensure quick response to technical issues.
"Pro-active" customer service is built into EAPH programming. Rather than you having to learn things "the hard way", beginner mistakes are avoided with warning and advisory messages. But, that's not the whole story. Please take advantage of the personal assistance available to you as an EAPH member as listed in Features.
Email support is prompt and thorough. Having assisted with hosting for over 10 years, you'll get answers that make sense from a person who's about heard it all and will understand what you're saying. Always feel free to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.