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Why re-gift when you can get cash?
This past Christmas I had a couple of gifts left over so I tried to sell them on Craigslist. (http://geo.craigslist.org/iso/us/ok) It worked! No fees like Ebay and I dealt with buyers in my area. The power of classified advertising is local buyers and sellers.
While I was looking for ways to sell my items locally I ran across this site and thought you might be interested as well. The site is http://upillar.com. Below is an explanation from their site.
"Upillar.com's free classified ads set us apart from the competition. Your ads are listed nationwide and categorized correctly. By categorizing your ads, we help buyers find your items faster than any other free online classified website! Local and non-local users will see your free online classifieds and be able to contact you directly from our site. Promote your business, post a free job, sell your home, or get your junk sold all completely free on upillar.com. Upillar also offers free car and automotive classifieds. Click on the motors link at the top of the page to access upillar motors!"
Let's turn our junk into cash!
Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO
Craigslist is on everyone's short list for most useful website ever, but at this point, it's embarrassingly retro. The Craigslist logo? A peace sign. The user interface? Text-based. The search function? A primitive command line.
Craiglook remedies those things by adding all the Web 2.0 bells and whistles we've come to expect to Craig's underlying listings data. It's not an alternative to Craigslist - it's a remix. There are image previews, a slider that controls the search radius and boxes you can check to control search.
Check it out at http://www.craiglook.com/.
Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!
A penny saved is a penny earned.
Money is short, times are hard and everyone giving advice on how to cut corners tell me not to eat out, not to drive, not buy things I want - you get the idea. Sure, we can all save money if we cut out most of the things we enjoy. But I have to admit that I am not too good at that approach so I search for ways to save and still live. Online auctions and swap forums are great ...but what about virtual sources that help in the real world that we face day to day? There are a few out there!
Admittedly, I have not been a big fan of coupons - after all they never offer the ones I will actually use and it's a lot of clipping and hassle. A site featured on local news boasted getting $100 worth of groceries on about $20 by using coupons (for day to day items I actually use)...and I had to put this to the test! Princess Sarah matches up your local coupons to bring you the lowest prices in your area! Go to http://www.918couponqueen.com for daily tips, giveaways, and up to date information on how to save a fortune using coupons. There is another site that Susan Samtur features at http://www.couponqueen.com that also has help and printable coupons if you join her group. Both are worth the visit.
What about ATM fees and cell phones? You can learn that 8 out of 10 people pay too much on their cell phone bills and what to do about it at http://www.BillShrink.com. It is a free, personalized savings tool that helps you save money on your everyday bills. They put the power in your hands by presenting comprehensive, unbiased choices so you can select options best for you. This site offers valuable 'real life' tools on credit cards, gas stations on your route to work, ATM transaction fees and so much more. Join in on live feeds or just click the links and benefit from what is being shared.
Yelp was a company founded in 2004 to help people find great local businesses like dentists, hair stylists and mechanics (again...things you really use). Yelp is the fun way to find, review and talk about what's great - and not so great - in your area. In essence, it's all about locals sharing their local knowledge. Just click on http://www.yelp.com/locations/states/ok for cities in Oklahoma and get tips on cheap restaurants, hot spots and all that is happening at affordable prices. These are reviews and tips written by people just like you and I who have been there...not some advertiser's version of things.
While we are cutting corners and saving...does it mean we give up eating out? Not at all! Get $25 gift cards for $10 at http://www.restaurant.com and even better deals. This site allows you to chose by your area (down to the zip code) and get great deals on restaurants that you actually frequent.
There has got to be lots of other savings tips out there ... drop us a line and tell us ones that you have found helpful!
Let's Save .... and still enjoy life out there!
FullNet Customer Service Manager