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10 Best Craigslist Alternatives
If you're buying and selling things through classifieds, Craigslist is likely your go-to place. There's a lot for the side, but a lot of strikes against it. It's not exactly pretty to look at or easy to use, but it's the most widely used classified website around. But it's not the only game in town, which is why I'm compiling this list of ten great alternatives to Craigslist.
Craigslist has been around since 1995 and looks like it. The website doesn't follow many of the current usability guidelines and can be very tedious to search for or find. Don't even get me on the spam posts and scams! While not Craigslist's fault, they are a plague that afflicts this place like no other.
Here are ten Craigslist alternatives that will make it easier for you to work with.
Close 5 used to be eBay classifieds and has taken over the classified ads from the online auction giant. The website is simple and easy to use and focuses on local sales to the local people. You can search nationwide on the website and its mobile app. The app also allows the buyer and seller to chat, search a certain distance and a number of other useful tools.
Recycler is another classic car that was launched in 2005. It's another simple and not a pointless classified website that works at the local level. Like Close 5, you can also search nationally, but most of them are regional. The range of goods and services is wide and ranges from puppies to apartments.
Oodle doesn't look much better than Craigslist, but it has a trick up its sleeve. It runs its own classifieds, but also aggregates ads from other sites like Close 5, ForRent.com, and others. This gives a much broader and sometimes deeper look into what is available in your city. Like the others on the list, the range of goods and services is huge, so you're sure to find what you're looking for here as well as anywhere.
Gumtree has long been an alternative to Craigslist and is now owned by eBay. Although they own Close 5 and a number of other classified websites, eBay operates them all as independent businesses of their own. Gumtree covers everything from apartments to kitties, Star Wars memorabilia to delivery jobs, and everything in between. Gumtree is a lot easier to use than Craigslist with better filtering and search functionality.
Penny Saver is the digital version of the local classifieds paper that has been used by people to buy and sell for decades. You have to register to post an ad, but the rest is super easy. Categories encompass a wide range of things from homes for sale to cars, cell phones, jobs, and services. A little bit of everything as we like it.
Locanto is very pleasant and also has a credible international market. Not only can you buy things from your own city or area, but also from other parts of the world. The website looks great, is easy to navigate, and has clear category menus at the top of the screen. There's a decent search facility for everything else too. Locanto is one of the easiest alternatives to Craigslist, and I use it regularly.
Hoobly doesn't look any better than Craigslist, but it works better, is easier to navigate, and much faster to find what you want. While there are likely to be scammers here too, they are less obvious than on the alternative. Hoobly has a huge range of categories that literally cover everything. Its forte lies in usefulness rather than ease of use, but it definitely gets it done.
Silly name aside, Geebo is actually pretty good. It's another minimalist graded website and Craigslist alternative that covers a wide range of categories. From jobs to boats, from pets to land, there's a little bit of everything here. Geebo is better curated than Craigslist, which is very important to them. While scammers are likely still hiding in it, it's easy to report them and have them removed.
BackPage is another classic car with a minimalist approach. Its strength is that it also covers other countries and territories so that you can spread your network far and wide. The US and Canada are well represented, but so are Europe and the rest of the world. Pick your location, choose what you're looking for and see where you get to. This site is huge!
Trovit is more minimalism but with an easy to use interface. It covers the whole world, but the US section is the most densely populated. Trovit does not host its own classifieds, it is a classified search engine. It specializes in real estate, cars, and jobs, but can find other goods and services if you want. It's easy, quick, and usually finds what you're looking for.
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