Free Advertising?

by tyankee7 on February 26, 2012

Post your WANT. It’s like Craigslist, but reversed. And really different. At Ubokia, you’re the rockstar. Post exactly what you want and sellers respond to you. Only talk to sellers you choose.

Issue by help me: Free Advertising?
I have a house that I want to hire out and a company that I want to place out there. Is there any well-known web sites and newspapers that promote for cost-free? Thank you for all of your aid. I reside in CA

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Solution by Jennifer F
craigslist.org is a well-liked one…
also just do a google research for “free classifieds” or some thing related. Do be geared up for the scam individuals to occur out of the partitions and send out you unrelated requests… for instance… I place an advertisement out for a cowboy coffee table I desired to sell for $ 165… I acquired all varieties of requests to send out me cashiers checks in surplus of what I was asking, some as higher as $ one thousand. All i had to do was pocket about $ 500 and deliver them the distinction… DUH!

I had a friend who marketed her residence for lease for $ 750…. any individual contacted her wanting to send out a test for $ 900.00, and of training course just send out him $ one hundred back.

I can’t think of any ‘newspaper’ that does free of charge classifieds of the nature you are seeking at… Some value a lot less than other individuals though… if you have a nearby via rag like the thrifty nickle, greensheet, some thing of that character, it might be less expensive than really going to a regular newspaper.
~very best of luck
~jennifer

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allen l February 26, 2012 at 12:32 am

I think you really should try to use inexpensive advertising in opposed to free. Most classified newpapers are going to want you to pay them something, nothing is really free in life. You will pay with lots of waste of time, when there was an inexpensive newspaper that you could have used right in front of you all along. The best way to go about it is to establish an advertising plan and budget, of the amount of what you can really afford to spend every month and find ways to track your ads to see which ones are working or not.

Craiglist is a nuisance – they like to flag ads, Then again it may work for you.

Yahoo classifieds is very good.

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Geoffrey Curtis February 26, 2012 at 1:21 am

You can check out http://www.monslist.com
free online classifieds

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