How to advertise on the Ukulele
|You need to send us five things:|
Pictures of the instrument
Jpeg format, not too large. We can usually improve the brightness/contrast etc and crop them to look good on the page. Send a good overall view and close-ups of any interesting details.
A basic £5 listing allows you two photographs, a standard £10 listing, up to eight.
Your photos will be low-res on the site, but don't forget you can send further larger pictures to anyone who makes an enquiry.
TIP: Don't use jaunty angles! Your photos will be cropped rectangular. Diagonal placing of the uke just results in lots of wasted space! Nobody wants to see your carpet/bedspread/sofa!
NOTE: By sending your photographs to us, you give Andy Eastwood implicit permission to publish said photographs online, on this website and elsewhere, both to promote your own advert, and the Ukulele Market page in general. Please do not send any photo that you are not willing to have shared around without credit.
Description of the instrument
£5 (or $7.50 US)
|When you have sent
these five things, we'll advertise your instrument.
There are always a few ukes in the queue, so expect it to take a week or so.
We'll let you know when your advert is done, and on seeing it,
if there is something that you wish to change or add, let us know and it will be done as soon as possible.
PLEASE NOTE: Adding further photos after your original listing is posted is subject to a further basic fee!
|Where to send your uke details:|
|-We take no commission, and we don't interfere in the transaction between you and your buyer.|
|-If we still haven't received the administration fee within a week of putting the ad on the site, it'll be removed.|
|-And one very important rule... Please let us know when the instrument is sold, so that we can remove the advert! It's very disappointing for someone to respond to an advert only to find that the uke has already gone! We appreciate your co-operation and wish you a speedy sale!|
|Note: The above guidelines depict
the normal manner in which the 'Ukulele Market' feature
of this website is intended to function. This is a
friendly service offered for the benefit of the global 'ukulele
comunity'. However, Andy Eastwood will accept no legal
obligation to perform the services described above
regardless of whether a fee is paid, and notwithstanding
the above guidelines Andy Eastwood reserves the right to
refuse the advertisement of any item or to remove an
advertisement at any time.
Your submission of an advertisement will be taken as your acceptance of the guidelines on this page.
If you'd like to be informed each time new additions are made to the Ukulele Market page, e-mail: