Buy Cars On Craigslist | General
Today I came across an excellent post by GuestPoster, posted earlier today, and entitled Buy Cars On Craigslist | General that I urge you all to read! Below are a few little extracts in the hope of piquing your interest!
Craigslist is largely used by people for buying cars. People from different parts of the world are using Craigslist to buy and sell used cars. The main reason of using Craigslist for this purpose is the high amount of traffic that Craigslist receives per month. Craigslist is working on basic concept of local marketplace where potential buyers meet potential sellers. Craigslist comes in one of the top websites according to Alexa rankings. The website receives about 8 billion views per month so you have the surety that you will get to some interested buyer. Another reason of using Craigslist is that it is completely free in most of the locations and the high amount of visits per month is a sure way of getting your ad recognized. You can register on Craigslist with your gmail sign in details.
Now, reading this post started me thinking so I did a google search for some more articles on the subject and uncovered some more gems. e.g. Any space for 1 diver on Galapagos Liveaboard in Aug 2011 … by britishseapowerman, posted yesterday, over on ScubaBoard:
For Galapagos liveaboards, there is no single supplement unless your intent is to assure yourself a private cabin by purchasing both berths. As long as you’re willing to share with another male, price is regular rate. If another male comes along to share, you will share. If not, you will have a private cabin. Bear in mind, August is high season, so having a private cabin is very unlikely.
The question is merely which itinerary and which liveaboard you prefer the most. On our website, we have both a Galapagos liveaboard comparison chart to assist you in understanding the difference as well as individual pages for each liveaboard offering information, itineraries, rates and photos. Some prefer an itinerary that does offer some land visits that are only accessible from a liveaboard and others prefer to focus on a more dive intensive itinerary. More than happy to assist.
Another fine post on the subject came from Paul Bradshaw over on Online Journalism Blog posted two days ago and entitled Guest post ? launching hyperlocal startups: Opinion 250 and … which is also definitely worth reading!
com, adapted and applied in a local way. Readers now engage other readers directly to help them 1) solve challenges (ask questions/get answers) a type of local knowledge sharing and 2) get jobs done (post mini-tenders and get people bidding on jobs). Journalists as a result, earn revenue by charging listing fees for both the challenges and jobs. Finally, and without getting into too much detail, all three areas of the platform: News, Information (local wiki) and Marketplace are tied together with a form of website currency called “Credits” those credits are either earned (by readers posting stories that become very popular) or purchased with real currency. More background about us, along with our Manifesto can be found at http://locallyinformed.com/about. The first local site was launched at http://northnews.co.nz 2010: The biggest challenge Easily our biggest challenge has been in developing the local crowdsourcing marketplace.
For example, the Marketplace was originally going to be a type of ‘web store for rent’ for local businesses. What we’ve now developed as the Marketplace blows the socks off of that. We’ve also learned how much time it takes to develop such a platform. We’ve been 1 ½ years full time development to get to this point. A further year prior to that was spent developing the initial ideas and securing series A investment.