Image Hosting - Conclusion
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The day of bandwidth problems have ended. No longer do we need to worry for this very reason. We can easily share our pictures with all our friends regardless of where we got it. If you hate to mess with creating a new account, being invited to "socialize" online or you simply want to be able to share your images with the friend you are talking to via a chat, the solution is a free image hosting site.
Charging money is a bad idea because it scares away many users from sites, and besides, who wants to give up for this service alone a few hard-earned bucks? Under these circumstances you will see plenty of ad-supported web sites; through this approach they can get some share of profit to help them run the business and manage their resources. If the ads can be removed -- perhaps by finding a person or company to pay to sustain the service -- then the user's experience becomes even more pleasant.
If you are a forum visitor or just want to host your images so you share them with your friends, I invite you to choose one of the options I presented here. I'm sure you will be able to choose the best one for you.
I invite you to our friendly ever-expanding forum on DevHardware. Be assured that you won't be disappointed. Thanks for reading.
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