CNET Launches AllYouCanUpload Image Site

Posted on June 2, 2006

All You Can Upload from CNETCNET has launched a free, user-friendly image hosting website called AllYouCanUpload. AllYouCanUpload allows users to upload images to the website. Users can then call up their uploaded images elsewhere -- like on their blog, eBay listings or MySpace profile. The new service competes with sites like Photobucket and Imageshack.

CNET describes its service as "an online space where you can store (host) images to embed in pages elsewhere on the Internet."

You can store the images on AllYouCanUpload and then use them on social networks, auctions, message boards and websites. The site also works with CNET's WebShots, a photo sharing website.

Update: AllYouCanUpload is no longer available. TechCrunch reports that it was shut down in 2008.


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