Using communities to sell your unwanted items

You already know you can sell your items for free on our main site, right?

But have you checked out our Communities section yet?

No?

Well read on and then go do it!

Part of a car enthusiast club? living on campus? belong to an international group of LARPers? want to trade with local folk musicians? ads’ere communities allow you to set up groups of people who can see and post ads targetted at them. Anyone registered user can set up and manage a group. They can be public allowing anyone to join, or private, allowing you to manage membership by confirming or denying membership requests. If you are part of a community you can post ads to that community simply when you place your wanted or sale ad.

Some communities you may want to chek out:

  • Burbage Village Community – A group of people all living in Burbage, Leicestershire, a place to trade goods and services!
  • Gobal Groove – A community for everyone who loves music!
  • Domestic Services Community – A community for businesses offering domestic services and for people to browse
  • Leeds stuff for sale – Buy, sell, swap, give or find what you are looking for with local Leeds people.
  • Purple Dog Network – The Purple Dog Network helps Small Businesses to promote themselves on twitter.
  • Motorsport – This is a community for all things Motorsport. If you enjoy, take part, or are just interested in Motorsport, here is the place!
  • Self Improvement & Well Being – Personal / business coaching and self improvement across all aspects of people’s lives.
  • Weddings – A community for anyone involved in the wedding industry or those getting married looking for wedding services
  • MUMbitions for MUMpreneurs – Wanted and offered by mumpreneurs

Can’t find a community you like? Start your own!

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