Is registration free?
Yes, you can register free and submit classified ads free. Our business directory listings are not free.
How many ads can I have?
You can post unlimited ads as long as they are not spam and/or duplicate content.
Can I pause or edit my ads?
Yes, within the dashboard area you have a personalized dashboard that allows you to edit, pause, delete, feature, bump, see statistics and mark your ads as being sold.
What are tags?
When creating a listing you are prompted to fill out a field called “tags”. Tags are simply keywords that refer to your ad listing. Example; If you were selling a used car your tag would be “used car”.
Do I have to add images to my ads?
Adding images to your ad listings is not required but YOU should be adding them as it will increased the buyer confidence and allow people to see what they are potentially buying.
What is the Bump ad?
Bumping your ad is a simple way to get more exposure as when you bump your ad it moves to the top position of ads. We offer bump packs which come with 5 bumps which means you can bump your ad to the top over again five times.
What is the value in featuring ads?
Featured ads get more exposure on the site which results in more exposure for your business or ad listings. You can feature your ad for 30 days.
What does being Verified mean?
Shortly after completing your first full ad listing we will verify your account which means you no longer have to wait for your ads to be approved. They will instantly go live!
How long does it take for my first ad to be approved?
Your ad will be approved within 24 hours but usually within a few hours. After your first completed listing you will become “verified” which allows you to bypass the moderation stage and have your ads posted immediately.
Is adding a location helpful?
Yes. Adding a location allows people in specific areas to find your ad listings.
How do I add my Facebook and Twitter?
Within your members area you can find a link called “edit profile”. Within this area you can edit and add numerous things such as your Facebook, Twitter, an “about me” section, your website and many other things.