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Review of USFreeAds

Updated on October 16, 2010

USFreeads Classified Ads

A while back a friend suggested I try USFreeads, In the past 10 years I believe I have tried over 100 classified ad sites.

Craigslist being the most effective but to many rules and restrictions make it hard to make consistent money on Craigslist. I told my friend I would be willing to test out USfreeads.

It was pretty similar to many of the classified sites I have tried, you sign up for free and they pester you to upgrade. After a few days I noticed I was getting traffic from the free ads I had placed. Of course they sent me a special offer I couldn't refuse. You know the drill I am sure.

I will tell you right now I don't like subscription based memberships where they charge you every month,

Well USfreeads charges you $7.00 a month and you can place unlimited ads.

I placed over 100 ads my first month. I am selling a few ebooks for 7.00 a piece. I also place ads for my blogs and for hubpages.

Hub traffic the first month was 1700 visitors from USfreeads

So far I have sold 12 ebooks $84.00 worth.

Traffic to my blogs increased.

Clicks to my advertisements increased.

It wasnt easy I spent some time creating ads and placing them on USfreeads.

I am still a member because my traffic and $$ is starting to increase as I test more creative ways to use USfreeads.

$7.00 a month is worth it to me. I get targeted traffic to my sites and the membership is paying for it self.

Some will say bull. But I say all my classified ads are posted by me then re-posted automatically when they expire. What a great feature! I am still exploring the possibilities of USfreeads. I have noticed the search engines do pick up some of the ads I have placed and I receive traffic from that. I am not saying that you will have the same results as I have had but I am happy so far with the traffic that the service has been bringing,


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    Joshua Harris 

    8 years ago

    So far I can say that usfreeads does get you some exposure. I'm using it for my site and so far i'm getting a decent amount of traffic but you got to put up a lot of ads!

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    Gai Richardson 

    8 years ago

    I have just recently started to us USFreeads and I am relieved to hear some success stories. It is harder to get started than I thought.

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    8 years ago from Tempe, Arizona

    Promoting Clickbank products is allowed on USFreeAds. In order to do it you need to write articles and post them with a few links to your Clickbank products. I have been doing this for months now and they have never said a thing about it. Many others do it as well. I currently have 257 classified ads posted and I am making $1200-$1500 per month from Clickbank. In addition to my blogs, HubPages, and Squidoo I am makeing $2500-$3000 with Clickbank and have quit my job and only do internet marketing. It can be done and it's fantastic to work 20-25 per week and take home $3000 per month!

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    9 years ago from Florida

    Great article coolbreeze i think i will give them a try.I have been promoting clickbank products on twitter for 3 weeks and have made $148.00 so far.

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    9 years ago

    they went up in price

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    Rik Rodriguez 

    9 years ago from Hawaii

    As always I would try the free option first. You may be suprised when your ads get indexed on google and you start to get more traffic as I did.

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    samuel willy 

    9 years ago

    We have heard lots about USFREEADS in recent days. Can any one tell us how productive they could if we are promoting auto auction sites. we are in search of agood paid classified website. Earlier we had a small stint with ""MAN! they are awesome. But they are very strict. promoting clickbank products are not allowed.

    Anyway. We want some response about our query.


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    9 years ago

    $7 for the exposure and link back to your site....not bad. I remember back in 1999 I used to pay $2,000 for some membership that promis link back and google first page....

    I'm not endorsing USFreead but if you think about it....If you selling electronics and you using, Google Adware and others, you will be paying anywhere from .25 to .80 per click. Even if you get 50 visitors from USFreead at $7 per month....thats not too bad even if you make no sale. Now 50 potential customer know where you at now.

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    Fred | 

    10 years ago

    Hey coolbreeze, I sure do not understand how you do those things. I have been trying for 4 MO. to get something going. I put four Hubs up and they banned every one. They had over 500 words hand written by me and only one link at the end. I built lense on Squidoo, same thing. I tried article writing and none of them allow links. USfreeads allows links but I never made a dime yet on there. Well anyway good luck with your projects. Fred

  • adventure profile image


    10 years ago from U.S.A.

    Useful stuff. Thanks coolbreeze

  • ohohdon profile image


    10 years ago from Yakima

    I agree. The naysayers are completely wrong. Free classified advertising does work. But it does take lots of diligent, consistent work. Though $7 is not quite FREE, it is a very small price for reposting of ads.


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