Look, if you choose to go the "fsbo" (for sale by owner) route in selling your home, you must do whatever you can to become educated in all phases of the homeselling proicess in order to increase your chances of success.
Spend some time learning about the market in your area, competitive listings, closed sales, how offers are handled, what must you disclose about the condition of your home, what town inspections will be required before closing, what contract contingencies are typical, what a pre-approval letter looks like, what to expect following a home inspection (once you get an acceptable offer, that is only the beginning of the process)........what is involved in the buyer obtaining a mortgage ...........an acceptable appraisal...who pays for what, etc, etc..........
You can learn a lot of that if you're dedicated and have time to spend online asking the right questions and doing your due dilligence.
You should also hire a real estate attorney to represent you once an offer comes in, but it is doubtful they will hold your hand throughout the process, so it is on you to learn what to expect ahead of time so you can be an informed and educated consumer.
There are sites other than trulia, which doesn't allow fsbos, where you can list your fsbo home......but selling really is more involved than just putting a sign in the ground and throwing a listing on the internet.
That being said........you may check out the following fsbo friendly sites:
just to name a few...........there are others......if you use google, I am sure it will be helpful