Richard, it's easy to list your home on Trulia, but before you do that, you should certainly make sure that your home is in the best possible condition to improve your chances of getting interested buyers and selling your home in a depressed housing market. Ask yourself, also, if you are really prepared to handle showing the home and handling all the details that includes. I understand that there are reasons you want to sell your home yourself, but I think you should be honest with yourself about several things.
One of the MOST important things you need to be realistic about is that you will most likely not be able to pull in a price even close to what the homes that are listed on the multiple listing service by the real estate professionals are able to sell at. With that said, I venture to guess that the reason you want to sell your home yourself is in order to 'keep' all the money that you are going to sell the home for. However, if you sell the home at a greatly discounted price in order to get it sold, then what have you truly gained by not using a realtor?
Another very important aspect of the FSBO (for sale by owner) transaction is the legal details and how you could easily be overwhelmed by legalities that you are unaware of. And, heaven forbid, you get caught in a transaction where you would somehow take a huge loss and 'give away the boat' while you were at it.
Selling a home on your own is a much trickier thing to do than most people think. It entails so much more than just putting a sign in your yard. Do you really realize that it can be extremely costly just to market your home? That is something the real estate professional would do for you and it would, of course, be part of the fee you pay.
Lastly, what most FSBO homeowners do NOT realize is that if their buyer is under a buyer's contract with a real estate professional, then they actually still can owe that agent their commission anyway!
My advice to you - again - is to think long and hard about your decision to try to sell your home yourself. Besides the fact that many home buyers do not feel comfortable looking at a home with the actual homeowner right there, you could find yourself in over your head in a very short time. However, if you still feel that you need to give it a try, I would consider all aspects of the decision and make a 'back-up' plan about how long you will try to sell the house yourself before you consider another form of action.