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saving images as with http where to save them to

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to save an image of an item so I can submit it - its says to save the file as http:// - the example is www.example.com/image1.jpg - How and where do I save my images? so I can submit them

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: saving images as with http where to save them to

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for a merchant-center data-feed for product-listing-ads,
the images may be saved on almost any public web-server
that google can crawl.

what's submitted is the url link to the image -- not the image itself.

typically, an e-commece website is required and your
e-commerce site should already have a landing-page
for each item that includes the product, price, and image --
so, simply pointing to the existing (jpg) image file url of
the product is all that is usually required.

be certain the product image is about 300x300 pixels
of only the product being sold -- without watermarks
or any promotional text.

details are currently here --
https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188494#image_link

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: saving images as with http where to save them to

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# 2
Top Contributor
for a merchant-center data-feed for product-listing-ads,
the images may be saved on almost any public web-server
that google can crawl.

what's submitted is the url link to the image -- not the image itself.

typically, an e-commece website is required and your
e-commerce site should already have a landing-page
for each item that includes the product, price, and image --
so, simply pointing to the existing (jpg) image file url of
the product is all that is usually required.

be certain the product image is about 300x300 pixels
of only the product being sold -- without watermarks
or any promotional text.

details are currently here --
https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188494#image_link