No "hard" bandwidth or storage space limits
Your interests to maximize the potential success of your eBay listings and to maintain an uncluttered workspace overlap EAPH hosting interests to protect the servers from becoming overloaded. A classic win-win situation. Although no host can truthfully offer unlimited storage space and bandwidth, if you are a typical eBay seller, you truly need never worry about exceeding anything at EAPH.
That said, initially your allocation is 50MB of storage which is typically space enough for about a 1,000 pictures. Certainly enough for non-recurring auction listings. If you list a large number of the same items over and over, list in eBay Store format (permanent type listings), or build a web site you may need more. Just ask and your allocation will be increased at no additional charge.
You need not worry either about your growth potential. If your needs eventually exceed EAPH hosting capabilities (I wish you that much success!) you will be provided with assistance in transferring your hosting to another provider.
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Learn how EAPH.com helps
reduce eBay listing costs while improving the effectiveness of your sales efforts.
EAPH hosting employs the use of multiple servers located in secure data centers that are, in turn, strategically located close to major Internet hubs. A data center is a hardened building with backup power supplies (generators), redundant data communications connections, environmental controls, and special security devices.
Over a billion 1,000,000,000+ pictures viewed on eBay have been delivered from EAPH servers.
Data centers optionally provide 24/7 monitoring of individual server performance by trained technicians. So both you and I can sleep at night that service is engaged by EAPH hosting. If and when problems arise they are attended to promptly and competently.
Real person customer service, great tutorials
This isn't just another place you just happen to be able to store photos for use on eBay. EAPH.com is a service specifically designed for that purpose.
In other words, a great amount of effort over many years has been expended to build all the help sellers usually need right into the services provided. That along with extensive tutorials teaching how best to use the features frees me up to help with special circumstances, answer questions, and assist in any way I can. Send an email, ask a question, and see what happens: firstname.lastname@example.org