Top Trafficked Classified Ads Sites That Generate You Leads?

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What are the most trafficked classified ads sites online that help you generate leads for your business?

I know Craigslist is great. What classified sites are working for you Warriors?
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  • Profile picture of the author Lulu Chil
    It would be nice to hear from others, who had success with classified sites.
  • Profile picture of the author bluedevil
    Backpage has brought me a few leads for a landscape service I promote. For like $10 you can have your ad highlighted and continuously renewed for six months.
  • Profile picture of the author jamesrich1
    Honestly Craigslist cream of the crop and all the other classified sites are a crap shoot. There is a way to get around Craigslist's strict rules but you will have to spend money on PVA's, different IP's and some other technical stuff that gets pretty advanced.
  • Profile picture of the author Online Helper
    I posted in as well. Is free, but you can pay $20 to place your Ads in Top Ads for one week as well. You will get more obvious result - no guarantee though
  • Profile picture of the author ashwin77
    I've heard ppl using, but i've personally used only craiglist
    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      I have to check out and OBClassified...

      I've used Backpage and also USFreeAds, mostly to get leads and/or get people to my teleseminars.

      Both of them do bring in a few leads here and there, but only if you invest in the premium options.

      Never had any luck with Craigslist though since I'm not messing with VPS etc
  • Profile picture of the author hustlinsmoke
    Most top sites bring me leads but it comes down to craigslist as being the top, and I always go with a cl poster. I don't get banned and keep my postings at top most the time.
  • Profile picture of the author mrhill
    linkedin should be some help
  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    The only two classified sites I like are Craigslist and Backpage.
  • Profile picture of the author besarhokabe
    craiglist and backpage for me
  • Profile picture of the author rockydx
    Very old thread been bumped here btw if anyone looking for leads from classified sites then try OLX or quickr both are very good websites.
  • Profile picture of the author australiads
    There are top free classified ads site for posting yours ads -Now Post Free Ads in Oz - Your Free Personal Classifieds Ads Site
  • Profile picture of the author maxsi
    AGREE => craiglist and backpage for me

    other classified ads can be a waste of time....
  • Profile picture of the author dewakokcak
    OLX for me
  • Profile picture of the author Gabbarsingh
    Here are some options for you
    • Gumtree (gets some return)
    • Back page ( has worked for some of my friends)
    • Craig list ( converts but its on and off)
    • Yelp ( good in certain niches)
    • adult classifieds for dating promos
    • Hotfrog ( some benefit)

    heard superpages is also good , but have not used that one

    Some local directories i use , are good for the SEO benefit

    Anyone got any more -- please feel free to add to my list

  • Profile picture of the author americanclassifieds
    Sites like Craigslist include BiggestClassifieds
  • Profile picture of the author numaileo
    You can try and imakedeal classifieds ads and see it
  • Profile picture of the author Caitlinz
    craigslist seems to the best one which i have heard from others in this forum, I have no experience in US based classified sites.
  • Profile picture of the author John47 gets good traffic with a global audience.

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