Does Your Listing Need Better Photos? We Have You Covered.

By Zachary Brown - June 21, 2019

When listing equipment, a first instinct may be to snap some photos of the machine as-is and post them onto the listing. However, we have learned throughout the years that the better quality of the photos, the better that equipment will sell. Buyers love to see high-quality photos of the machine they’re looking to buy, so refer to this video for tips on how to take better photos of your equipment.

For more in-depth tips, refer to HDD Broker's Tips for Taking Photos.

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