Totally Free Classifieds Websites

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What do you think about a website that claims to serve 100% free classified ads worldwide? Incredible! Trickery! Insane! Well, no one can use such harsh words if he or she correctly identifies the motivation of a person who has started such a website.

The owner of this particular site once put a classified ad in the local newspaper to sell his old vacuum. He advertised he would sell it for $ 100 and the cost of the ad was $ 30. His phone didn't ring the first week, second week and not till he received his credit card statement eight weeks down the lane. He knew he has already spent $ 240 on something he planned to sell for $ 100.

That is a lesson learnt for life. He identifies re-running of classifieds in newspaper is not free. Interested parties may not quickly find an ad placed in a local newspaper. Oh ho, but the price he paid – it is too much.

Now he wants to take a dig at the newspaper – as you can think. He now wants to give people a way to sell things for costs lower than a standard classified ad. In fact he wants to give classified ad service at rate cheaper than any newspaper or magazine – thus born the concept of free classified ads website. No one can be cheaper than a free classifieds ad website.

Making it easy to buy and sell with a free classified ads website. Can be quite a daunting task, but this website now has people from all parts of USA buying and selling their automobiles, real estate property, vacuum, etc. Businesses also advertise job openings through the pages of Easy to Buy and Sell website.

The original idea guy soon gets support from his partners. Further brainstorming reveals most business failure is due to high costs of advertising. Businesses need to write checks (often hefty ones) to be included in directory listings and the pages of newspaper and magazines. Offering them a chance to advertise their business for free – that too is a great idea! An idea that lives only on the heads of its creators? Now things are different you see.
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