To get you ad listed on the top of your chosen category you need to used the Featured Ad function on the posting page.
Featured ads are placed top-most in each category and are shown highlighted. Select the appropraite option from below if you want to make this a featured ad.
Featured ads is a very reasonable paid option. 456list.com also offer extended Ad posting for a small fee,
Payments are handled through PayPal & Merchant Credit Card processing. Please check the rates when you post your item.
Q: How do I post an Ad?
The best mothod for posting an ad requires that first drill down to find your desired location.
Once you found the location youuu want, the select the subcategory that fits the item you want to post( or list).
Then click on the Post Ad link.
There are some required fields to fill in:
Title: Use this field to catch people eye: Brand, make & Model are good things to consider. Example: JBL E 150P - 150 Watt Active Subwoofer (Black) (This show Brand, Model, brief description & color)
Location: used to define what area you are in. Example Dowtown or Near Universaity or By the Mall
Post: this iis the heart of your ad, make sure you provide enough detail. Remember your trying to sell your item
Your Email, an emmail will be sent to verify your email, and you must cl;ick the link before your ad is posted.
Security code We require this field to help limit the spam & bogus ads, bots can not read the security code to input the informatiobn.
Agree to terms must be checked
Additionally we have extra fields that we provide to help you with your ad, you should consider filling in as many fields as possible. Example of the extra fields are:
Price If you're selling an item, it best you put your asking price in this field, you can always come down on a price.
Upload Pictures, by uploading actual pictures, people can see what you are selling.
People can contact me with commercial interests. Hopefully this will reduce the spam emails.
Address I would suggest not your whole address, better to put the street your located on.
Zip/ Postal Code, this help people, they can search on this field.
Hopefully with this information you can start posting your ads & be sucessful!
Q: I posted an ad but I don't see it in the list?
When you post an ad, you are required to put your valid email address. flfind.com then sends you an email that has a link.
This link is to validayye your ad & verify your email. So if you have not click the link inb your email, your posted ad is not valid yet.
Q: I posted an ad but never got an email?
When you posted you ad, & you provided flfind.com with your email. We send a confirming email, it may take a few moments to be routed through the internet. If some time has passt & you have not received your email, you may want to check these things:
Did I make a typo on my email address?
Have you check your spam email to see if the mail got filtered to spam?
Is my email program actually getting mail from my provider?
If you have checked these things & have not setup a login with flfind.com, you will have to re-post your ad.
Q: What is an Extened Ad?
Extended Ad allow you to post you ad for more then the default 30 days.
Extended Ad can be very useful time saving tool. Istead of reposting your ad every 30 day you can post it now & select how long you wanrt to extend your ad beyond the current 30 days, Note Extended ad is a very low cost option with the transaction handled through PayPal.
Some good examples for using Extended ad are:
contractor offering their service
put yourt resume on file
Your Band looking for a gig
A house or Apartment that is not moving
You may also want to conside Featured Ad to get more visiability.
Q: I don't see my city listed?
First we are happy your looking to our website as your local resource.
We suggest you to contact the administrator of your website to have your city listed.
456List.com and this website is not involved in any transaction, and does not handle payments, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification". 456List is strictly the list service that all ads & events are being posted on.
Deal locally with folks you can meet in person, that is why we created 456list - follow this one simple rule and you will avoid 99% of the scam attempts on 456List.com
Never wire funds via Western Union, Moneygram or any other wire service - anyone who asks you to do so is probably a scammer.
Fake cashier checks & money orders are common, and banks will cash them and then hold you responsible, Weeks later when the fake is discovered your out the money.
Never give out financial information (bank account number, social security number, eBay/PayPal info, etc.)
Avoid deals involving shipping or escrow services.
Q: Who Can I Notify About A Fraud Or Scam Attempt?
Non-emergency number for your local police department.
Q: Avoid the desire to obsess on conducting the most precise search.
There are two kinds of errors you can make - apply to the wrong job (which usually results in being ignored and put in a database) or not applying to the right job (usually from not having enough time to find all of the appropriate jobs).
Q: Efficient Job Searching
You want to be as efficient as possible when searching for jobs. Being efficient will help reduce the need for multiple searches and will help you avoid checking the same sites every day. Your time is valuable and you want to minimize the time you spend in front of a computer so you can be out networking.
The benefits of our overall approach above are:
Minimizes the number of times you see the same job. (repeats)
Spends less time combing through the irrelevant search results. (fodder)
Increases your chances of seeing the jobs that actually interest you. ('right' jobs)
Identifies job titles or sub-functions that you may not have thought about before.
The bottom line is that you will be able to concentrate on the more relevant job opportunities.
There are some risks with this approach. If the posting contains an obscure title or an abbreviation, there is a chance it could be missed. There is a good chance everyone will miss it if it uses 'Mngr' instead of 'Manager'. If you use a broad term in the title such as Coordinator, it could take a long time to scan all of the job listings returned by the aggregator sites (Indeed, SimplyHired), given that they search thousands of websites for jobs.
This is especially true if you are looking across multiple geographies or for non-management positions, such as a specific Engineering discipline.
It is good to cover all your bases when searching for a job in this economy, and online job searching should be only one of the avenues you use in returning to employment..
Q: Having a Successful interview
Successful interviewing is essential to getting a job offer.
That means practicing interview questions and answers.
Dressing in appropriate interview attire,
Being able to present your skills and experience to a prospective employer.
Q: Job interviews are always stressful
Even for job seekers who have gone on countless interviews. The best way to reduce the stress is to be prepared. Take the time to review the "standard" interview questions you will most likely be asked. Also review sample answers to these typical interview questions.
Then take the time to research the company. That way you'll be ready with knowledgeable answers for the job interview questions that specifically relate to the company you are interviewing with.
Q: Make Your Professional Information Available
When you want employers to find you, it's important that your resume and the profiles you post have specific information regarding your credentials and qualifications.
Your resume should contain:
Keywords If you're not sure what to include, use a job search engine to search for jobs that match your qualifications. Once you come up with some terms that fit, use them in your resume. That way, you will be found by employers seeking candidates with similar qualifications.
Job Titles. Employers are often interested in candidates with specific experience and will search for that i.e. Online Marketing Coordinator or Telephone Sales Manager.
Qualifications. Be specific - if you have Microsoft Certification or an MBA, say so.
Affiliations. List the professional organizations that you have joined.
Update your resume regularly. Many resume databases have options so employers can search only the newest resumes or those posted with a certain period of time. So, you'll need to update your resume frequently so it's found.
Q: Search Word Strings
Creating strings, or combination of words, to consolidate your search is very useful as well. Try using "Manager OR Director" (if you are mid-level management) or "Chief OR CMO OR SVP" to optimize your search. This structure allows for the most efficient gathering of jobs in a single search per board, and will include the other variations such as 'Director of Function', 'Function Director' and 'Director, Function'.
Some of the job boards provide Titles or Levels for you and eliminate the need for creating strings. When using these, beware of odd titles and abbreviations, as these could allow you to miss positions that would be of interest.
Also, 'AND' and 'OR' may drive different logic on different Boards, so experiment to see which results in 'Either included' and which one results in 'Both included'. Many people want to use Leadership, Creativity, Team Player and other words that may be desired traits that people see in themselves, but are not relevant to their objective in finding jobs (qualifying them maybe). A broader sweep by level or title will increase your chances for seeing all jobs of interest. You may miss some obscure titles, but if the title is that obscure, do you really think you would have found the job anyway?
Q: Search Words Focusing on Job Level
To yield your best results, we at JobSerf encourage people to use a Level focus for Search Words. With few exceptions, the four levels of management (Manager, Director, and Vice President ) will provide the quickest and most comprehensive results (if you are manager level or above).
Q: Searching for a job online is a numbers game
Please Never Forget This! Volume and quality get results. Force yourself to pick Search Words that will return broader results to ensure that you retrieve more jobs than you might normally have.
Q: You want to see all jobs that are available
You want to see all jobs that are available, but you want to see them as few times as possible. Refining your Search Words or creating strings will hopefully reduce the number of times you see the same job on listing site..