Online Classified platform is a site with various listings from a majority of sellers

Buyers arrive here and look through all the listings to find something he or she wants. The massages are usually small, and they are united within particular categories in a special part of an online newspaper or magazine. These sections have specific headings to make it clear for users what content they can find inside. The sections may be called, for example, "Furniture", "Baby items", "Pets", "Real Estate", "Sport goods" and so on. These After a buyer sees a listing he likes he can contact its buyer by means of sms, phone or e-mail. Then if they both agree on the conditions the transaction takes place.

A typical example of an Online Classified platform is an online publication or newspaper that is not charged. Online Classified ads are rather common among a number of small businesses and average users, because they are much cheaper as compared to display ones, and they work. And due to Online Classified the process of selling, buying or exchanging has become an extremely easy thing.

The advantage for all the potential buyers and sellers is that Online Classified are free to use, and anyone can look for a product or service needed for free. But inspire of this fact Online Classified platform makes money through premium advertisements, targeting at businesses and via contextual ads which are placed by larger companies. So some users pay to get certain and visible results from their advertisement. To achieve it they get promoted position for their listing. Also Online Classified platform charges sellers something for every their listing. And sometimes third parties participate in deals, for example, banks, that finance items with typically high prices, like cars or real estate.

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