Bookoo markets its brand as a family-friendly alternative to Craigslist. This means being able to sell your items individually on the platform or announce a yard sale in your area. You can register for free, and you’ll be asked to create a profile that other users can view. It also offers live chat support, which is rare for free advertising websites.
Close5 is a mobile platform that allows sellers to manage their products with their mobile device. This was created in answer to the increasing use of mobile devices among consumers to search for services and purchase items online. Transactions can be updated and completed on the go with the usual securities and features, including chat as well as the ability to utilize hyper-local capabilities to filter deals to only those within a buyer’s area.
Anna Lynn Dizon is a staff writer for Fit Small Business, contributing to our sales, marketing, and real estate sections. Her experience in business and finance led her to work for a US risk mitigation company in its regional office in Singapore. Anna holds a degree in accountancy and is currently working towards her master’s in language and literacy education.
Sell.com began as a buying and selling website in 1999 but has since then evolved into a broader classified ad site that offers a wide variety of categories including jobs and services. They offer a free 30-day trial for all their merchant plans but after that, there is a monthly fee for as little as $10, which is enough to let you post 300 listings.
Geebo prides itself as a safe community of classifieds where users can post anything from selling merchandise to looking for roommates to renting a house for free. You can also connect with them using your social media account. While not as popular as its counterparts, Geebo has been around for some time and has built itself quite a strong following.
NearbyMe2.com actively monitors and filters content on their website, giving users assurance that the ads shown are always up to date. What’s best about this platform, from the seller’s perspective, is it’s entirely free. Advertisers have full access to listings as well as unlimited ad posting. The website also uses interactive buttons and icons to give it a modern and engaging design for its users.
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PennySaver is a great advertising option when you want a more localized target market. Their search bar allows for a number of filters, including location-based listings. What’s great about PennySaver is that once you register on their site, your ads also get posted on their affiliate and subsidiary sites based on the category of your ad. You can also get email reminders regarding your live ads and can cancel them anytime.
Hoobly is also a lot like Craigslist but with more security features. For one, this website requires registration via email instead of waiting until right before publishing an ad to ask for email verification. This helps to prevent accounts being linked to temporary addresses, which then reduces the risk of spam or potential fraud. It is free to post an ad, and Hoobly offers a wide variety of categories that are available for browsing even before registering for an account.
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