Bandwidth of a file

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Hey, I have purchased professional domain and happy with its features

However, I ran into a question in the process of using it.

Question is;
When you are uploading a file it only shows as below

Does this mean that the traffic (bandwidth) is unlimited as long as the file is under 15mb?

Please reply

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Terry

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UK Duke, Champion

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Hi Terry,

Yes,

There is no bandwidth restrictions only the 15mb maximum size.

Lee.
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Emmy

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Hi Terry,

I just wanted to say that whether you have a subdomain or a custom domain there is currently a 15MB limit per single file upload. So you can upload as many files as you would like, as long as each one is 15MB or smaller.

Emmy
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KanThaiDecor

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Hi Emmy...Since we are talking about files.I sometimes list my products on other sites and use the image URL I have on Yola to place the image on the other sites....Is there any SEO advantage to doing that vs me uploading a pic to their site? If not I will always upload to their site so they don't snag bandwidth from my Yola account even if it is offered free.
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Emmy

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That's a good question John. I would say that it is almost the same thing SEO wise if you hotlink to your image or if the image is uploaded and then linked to your site as an image link.
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KanThaiDecor

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Some let me link to my site some do not....Of course if they have a rich text editor I sneak a link to my blog and most of those seem to not have a no follow tag.This tells me what I was wondering. Thank you