AllYouCanUpload from CNET – Free Photo Upload Site
According to TechCrunch, CNet is becoming “disruptive” (we always knew that, didn’t we) with their release of AllYouCanUpload, a totally free, fast, and easy photo hosting service. More from TechCrunch:
“AllYouCanUpload is a site that makes uploading photos as easy as it can possibly get. Theyâ€™ve removed all of the friction. You do not need to register for an account. You just use the uploading tool and you are shown the image along with codes to post the photo on sites like Myspace, ebay and others (Iâ€™d also like an option to have the image links emailed to me).
Unlike Photobucket and Imageshack, AllYouCanUpload is completely free, and no advertisements appear on the uploading areas of the site (there are ads on the hosted part of the site, which you see if you click on a hosted image). There is no limit to the number of photos that can be uploaded or the total amount of storage that may be consumed. There is no limit on the size of an image, and images are not resized unless you request it. And possibly most importantly, there are absolutely no bandwidth restraints.”
Why are they “disruptive”? Because they’ve made this service as painfully easy to use as humanly possible. The fact that there’s no annoying signup hoops to jump through alone has sold me. CNet has been doing this quiet behind the scenes stuff for a while now; they also own Search.com, one of the better metasearch engines out there.