How I Post My Ads To Craigslist

How I Post My Ads To Craigslist

Before you post your actual ad post a random ad selling something you don’t want to really sell like cable cords for $14.00 or a $45 printer for sale nothing you really want to sell if you don’t want to, were only doing this to get on the VERIFIED USER list and being detected as non-spam when this first ad is submitted. Once this ad shows up on the ad list successfully, you should then be ready to post your actual ad in the Jobs section in customer service, or sales. You can choose others if you want.

The main title of the ad definitely needs to catch attention. Be creative.

The content in the ad needs to be very light in wordage(less than 100 words) and not going into detail about the opportunity at all. I do not encourage you to copy my ads included in the email word for word. Duplicate it yes. But, switch it up a LITTLE BIT! BUT STILL KEEP IT SHORT AND SWEET! I’ve included several examples of ads at the end of this post. If you do have a marketing budget and can afford to pay $25.00 to post an ad then by all means go for it.

These are the cities that do not require that you pay $25.00 to post an ad:

-San Diego
-SF Bay
-Washington DC Albany
-C/S/N New Jersey
-Inland Empire
-Kansas City
-Las Vegas
-New Orleans
-Salt Lake City
-San Antonio
-Tampa Bay

If you do get ghosted and flagged, which you shouldn’t if you are not including over 150 words in your ad. But if you do I recommend you create a new email, make a new craigslist account and do it all over again. Including the 1st tester post before you actual post. You may also have to use a friends number for the phone verification it prompts you to complete to verify your account if you have already used your own number.

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