Craigslist Charging Posting Fee for Dealers

Craigslist is now charging a posting fee for numerous dealer categories. Depending on the Craigslist category this posting fee can range between $3 to $5. The fee is per post and only applies to dealers who post ads on Craigslist, not for private parties. Dealers who have relied on Craigslist posting to generate revenue need to understand the impact that these new posting fees can have on their business.

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Craigslist - The Google of Classifieds

Imagine you're looking for something on the web and you don't know where that information is located. What do you do? If you're like most Americans you go to You might know what you want to search, but you don't just browse from site to site. You rely on the search results provided to you by Google. In the same fashion, users rely on Craigslist to find things for sale or trade, and this is why Craigslist can be considered the Google of classifieds.

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What is The Best Inventory to Advertise on Craigslist?

Have you ever wondered why some people can post their inventory to Craigslist and maintain a high turnover, while your ads become stale and simply sit there? It's because not all inventories are created equal. Now you might be wondering, "if this is true, then I'll never become successful with my Craigslist posting." That's not necessarily the case.

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What's The Best Time to Post on Craigslist?

If wanting to sell something on Craigslist, most people would simply go to the website and post their ad. While this certainly can work, it's not the most effective way to post something to Craigslist. In fact, there are a number of elements to consider before posting an ad, and knowing when to post is one of the most important.

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