Using Photobucket for a Slideshow


I have used Photobucket for years and have always been very happy with them. I wanted to try out a slideshow of some items I have listed for sale on Ebay so I decided to do one of my posts about using Photobucket. This is very simple to do and first you need to have an account set up and upload the pictures you want to use. I have my pictures all set up in albums so I clicked on the album and then clicked on the slide show tab.

The next page will walk you through it and it is very simple. You pick out your pictures and then you can pick out a style. I chose to leave it at the basic one for this post. The pictures rotate through as you are picking them so you can keep or delete them as you see them. Then you are asked to save your slideshow with a name.

There is a box at the top that gives you options to share or use on a web page. I picked the html code choice and copied and pasted it on this post and you can see it below.

I used some items I have for sale on Ebay right now from Pottstown and you can see how simple and easy this is to do. This showcases my items but does not send you to the link for the item that is on sale. I am planning on doing a post of some items and using the slideshow and put the links to the items in the post. You can add this to any web page or blog post or email it and even post it on Facebook for any photos.

If you are looking for a free and easy slide show you should try using Photobucket.

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  1. Kat Simpson says:

    Love the post Deb- ties in to a current listing and has great info. Would you believe that with 13+ years with eBay I’ve never used Photobucket? LOL Now I know a new option – thank you!

  2. Thanks for this information. I never would have stumbled across it on my own or thought to use a slideshow on my blog. You’ve got me thinking now!

    • admin says:

      I am glad it helped you I have used Photobucket for my pictures for years but never used the slideshow until just recently. I love to keep things simple.

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