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Too bad we never sold them or got any buyers from CL. I think that site is dead in my area.
It's really not that hard or time consuming. They even have a mobile app that can help make it easy and convenient to refresh them every couple of days.
Clad response hold great interest for me.
As Catherine pointed out, CL isn't delivering like it did in the past.
I've got a new vision for CL that Clad may be instrumental is implementing.
If his price is reasonable, and Clad is not in any way affilated or associated with those spaming Trulia, I'll give it a run.
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Good question. Craigslist does not provide the traffic that it used to years ago but it is still a good platform for real estate.
I use ListingDomains, the vendor I use to create single property websites for most of my listings. They provide a few different HTML options that one can simply copy/paste in the CL editor.
I post on Craigslist one by one through their editor.
Using a third party program is against Craigslist TOS.
I like postlets and post one by one. First time it is some work but if you want to post it again to bring it up in the list, you can simply delete your posting and then repost it.
Also you have the ability to modify the post appearing on Craigslist, with just a little keystroking. Postlet has really robust syndication.
If you have identified the Craigslist viewing patterns in New York revealing a time critical posting issue, then an automated posting service may be more appropriate. For instance, posting to Craigslist on Monday is not advised because on Monday morning there will be hundreds of brokers posting at the same time. Consider Thursday or Friday to be more appropriate to be top-of-page for the weekend home hunter. Here in Tampa Florida, citizens have proven they will bore into the pages to find the real estate they are looking for. Each area is different.