Does Anyone Have A List Of Good Free And Paid Classified Sites

Discussion in 'Website Promotion' started by crankit98, Dec 9, 2006.

  1. crankit98

    crankit98 New Member

    I have a computer repair website and I want to know if anyone have a list of Good,Response free and paid classified sites.I have
    visited some but got no response and most of the free ones were not free at all.

    Any advice will be helpful.
  2. arunkumarsuri

    arunkumarsuri New Member

    You can find plenty if you search the web.,, and are quite reliable.
  3. netjobs

    netjobs Member

  4. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    Craigslist is quite effective for some categories
  5. asdfgjoy

    asdfgjoy New Member

    I am searching for the list of classified sites.
    If u have more then just send it plz.
    Once again thanks.
  6. Bob Turner

    Bob Turner New Member

    crankit98 - Are you getting customers from any of these free classifed ads?
    Please let us know how you get on with those listed here.
    It takes a lot of time posting ads, and it's disappointing when you don't get any replies at all. I'd like to avoid the ones that don't work and concentrate on those that do.
  7. Alex1971

    Alex1971 New Member

    Hi crankit98, you could also run a Google search by entering

    free +classified ads service


    "free +classified ads service"

    into the google search to throw up a list of free classified sites.

    Good luck
  8. wealthbuilders

    wealthbuilders New Member

    Aside from Craigslist you can look at and!
  9. cjmo75

    cjmo75 Guest

    I don't have a list, but I feel the best classified site on the internet is by far US Free Ads. They do have a free service. I believe you can post two ads for free. However, it's well worth it to invest in the monthly membership. It's only $10 and you can post unlimited ads. Other than that, Craigslist is the best for completely free sites.
  10. Margo Tuul

    Margo Tuul New Member

  11. lejla

    lejla New Member

    I am wondering if anybody has used Craigslist and or US Free Ads for web page promotions and how did it work out.


  12. kenwrites

    kenwrites New Member

    Craigslist id still very good as is US Free Ads. But pay the $10 a month for the US Free Ads. For what it is going to cost you for one lunch at a fast food joint, you can advertise the hell out of your product or service. I do some on Craigslist when I am searching for clients. It is very useful except when someone flags you unnecessarily. For what it's worth, and I know people have had good successes with free classified, the best value for your dollar is the premium membership at US Free Ads.
  13. mochamama

    mochamama New Member

    Thanks for all this great advice. I'm just starting my ad campaign and I'm all about getting it done for free. I was under the impression that Craig's List was a cost site, so I haven't gone near it. I'll have to check it out.
  14. j11_cook

    j11_cook New Member

    I like US Free Ads myself. I don't recall seeing this one on this thread. You can post Free Classified Ads on E-Bay as well in their classified ads section.
  15. kashvera

    kashvera New Member

    I am looking for places to advertise this opportunity which is for India for now. Anyone with a list of places to advertise to get real sales and traffic, please help. Thanks
  16. RashmiP

    RashmiP Guest

    Do classified ads send traffic? Which one is better: directory posting or classified ads?
  17. mbasa

    mbasa Member

    I have used adlandpro to advertise my website and I did get some sign-ups from it. You must try Gumtree as well. You need to post frequently but be careful not to violate the posting rules, or else your account will be deleted.
  18. BusyBee23

    BusyBee23 New Member

    I like You have to renew your ads every 7 days but there's no limit to the amount of ads you can post!
  19. PaulBath

    PaulBath New Member

    Has anyone tried Its free and looks like it specialises in home working. Its a bit new, but perhaps one to watch.

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