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Free Local Advertising In Tucson Arizona
Below is a list of where you can place a free ad in Tucson Arizona.
For personal and businesses:
The Tucson Shopper Classifieds allows you to place a free ad on their website. I thought to inquire about them because I always pick up their little booklet of ads around town. For those of you who are familiar with the Penny Saver that is their affiliate. To place a free ad on their website is very easy to do. You can sell event tickets and place your garage sale ad here too. Ads are separated by category and each ad can contain up to 9 free photos. On their homepage it's easy for a buyer to find your ad by just clicking on a category, or by putting key words in the search box. The website often has contests too. You can place your free ad at: www.newtucsonshopper.com
On ZTucson.com you can place a classified ad for free. The website is for selling purposes only and of course not for unacceptable personal services, and not for the sale of tobacco and weapons. You can view their full list of prohibited items on their website. You can sell your car and your house here too. This website does not allow you to place a wanted ad, or an ad about your fundraiser, group, etc. and no discussions are allowed on the website. Each ad is allowed 3500 characters which is approximately 700 words. There is a limit of three ads a day per person, group, or business and one ad per day per section for the item or service. There are 4 different types of ads you can place here. They are: 1. More Info: which allows you to post a thorough description, post pictures, multimedia uploads and videos, and it includes a view counter, emails between you and the potential buyer and the ability to email an ad to a friend, etc.; 2. Make-an-Offer: which has all the features of #1 plus delivery options, a view of offers listed and an offer's status; 3. Buy Now: has all the features of #1 plus online transactions using a debit or credit card and delivery options; 4. Auction: which has all the features of #1 plus minimum bid, bid increment, reserve price, a timeline for the bidding period, automated bidding and an overtime bidding extension. Number 4 sounds very similar to eBay only it's free. You can change the price of your ad at any time, unless you are using the auction method and your item already has a bid on it. This website also uses PayPal as a method of payment. Ads can be renewed online several days before they end. All emails about your ad will be forwarded to your personal email address. The ZTucson homepage has all the links for a shopper to find your ad, or they can put key words in the search box. You can place your free ad at: www.ztucson.com
TucsonSuperAds.com allows you to place a free ad for anything you are selling and it also has a personal section, an announcement section and a wanted section. To me it's a smaller and local version of Craig's List. You can place your garage sale ad here too. There is also a message forum section on the website. With every ad you are allowed to post up to 10 free photos. This website does not allow ads for illegal event tickets, firearms, explosive devices, weapons, obscene material, cigarettes, illegal drugs, prescriptions, or medical devices. You can view their full list of prohibited items on their website. Their homepage has all the links for a shopper to find your ad, or they can put key words in the search box. Nice prizes won by bidding are also on the website. This website is very easy to navigate. You can place your free ad at: www.tucsonsuperads.com
Craig's List is easy to navigate even though it is worldwide. Each posting is only allowed in one geographical area and in one category and there's a limit to only one post submitted no more often than about every 48 hours. The website does not allow ads for obscene material, weapons, explosives, firearms, tobacco, alcohol, drugs, prescriptions and medical devices. You can view their full list of prohibited items on their website. The only ad postings which are not free are: job postings in some major cities (you can check their website for the list), apartment rentals in New York and posts in adult services and therapeutic services. Each free ad can contain up to 4 free photos. Each posting will stay on the website for 30 days. A free ad can by reposted after it expires, by redoing the whole process again. To find your ad the shopper will click on 'Arizona' on the homepage and then 'tucson' on the next page that appears. They will then see all ads separated by these categories: community, Personals, discussion forums, housing, for sale, services, jobs, gigs and resumes. All responses to your ad will be forwarded to your personal email address. You can place your free ad at: www.craigslist.org
For businesses only:
Tucson On The Cheap, LLC is for businesses to place a free ad about a current event, sale, freebie, discounts and deals. The owner of the website places your ad for you. Their goal is to promote local businesses. On their homepage is a listing of all cheap deals separated by category, so the shopper can browse easily and there's also a link to a "Deal Map" which shows deals by placing numbered posts in different areas of Tucson on the map. They often have give-aways and contests on their website also. You can inquire about placing an ad at this website by emailing: email@example.com. You can browse their website at: www.tucsononthecheap.com
For worthy services and for businesses:
The Arizona Daily Star reporters write articles on Tucson residents and businesses. You can contact them with your personal, or business information to ask if they are interested in writing a story about it. I have heard an abundance of positive community feedback and I myself have gained a lot of information from many of these articles. You can contact them about personal, fundraising and community information by calling the Accent section at: 806-7715 or by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org and about business information by calling the Business section at: 573-4663 or by e-mailing: email@example.com
For local events, attractions and businesses Happy Hour, special dinners, etc.:
The Arizona Daily Star has an events calendar on their website where you can post detailed information. All submissions are approved by them first before they are posted. The newspaper's website is: www.azstarnet.com and you can place your submission at: dailystarcalendar.com.
To have a community event posted in the printed version of the Arizona Daily Star you can contact them by calling the Tucson/Region desk at: 573-4142 or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.By M. Sottosanti - M. Sottosanti writes as a hobby and is currently working on her first book about her experiences with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD).
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