Published: June 18, 2016
Time: 00:00:34 Seconds
Category: Science and Technology
Description: This animation explains classifieds netiquette.
Classifieds Netiquette is the culture of posting categorical ads online for free or a small fee.
The online advertisement of items for sale classified with similar items published by a single entity. Consumer to consumer ads are popular. Businesses use them too.
They create a liquid market. Sellers get the quick cash they need. Buyers find good deals. Domains facilitate the transactions.
Classifieds netiquette rules are the norms and common practices of posting and responding. Buyers and sellers are motivated by different reasons.
Smooth transactions for the agreed upon items in the agreed upon condition are central to these customs. Special care has to be taken when making deals.
Motivations are hard know. Statements are unregulated. Payment methods are not required to register for a domain or make a purchase.
There are common practices, tips, and tricks that people use when posting and responding to online classifieds.
It is important to ‘read between the lines’ when reading posts. The social meaning of the post is more important than the advertisement.
For example, the word “friendly” in an online post usually refers to the lifestyle of the author. If something important is left out of an online ad, it is usually done on purpose.
Classified Advertising is the posting of items categorized by type listed in a publication. There are sites for all types of goods and services.
This form of sale is seen as a second hand market. Many legitimate businesses advertise on them to find customers.
It is recycling in many cases. Old, unused items are sold for cash to people who need them. Hyperlocal is an adjective that describes it.
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