The County Trader Online Classifieds Launches New Website

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More than two years ago The County Trader went online with classified ads and soon outgrew the original website. Now in April 2006 The county Trader Launches a larger, more dynamic website featuring ads directly from all 50 states.

One of the staples of the USA has been the local trader classified ads news papers. Millions of people have both sold and bought millions of items, advertised garage sales, rented houses, apartments, sold real estate, classic muscle cars, motorcycles, even finding a vacation rental, rare antiques and so much more.

More than two years ago The County Trader went online with classified ads and soon outgrew the original website. Now in April 2006 The county Trader Launches a new business model along with a larger, more dynamic website featuring ads directly from all 50 states and a section featuring national ads that cover the whole country.

The original website, created by Tim Neuenhaus of Reading Pennsylvania, was conceived in mid 2003 and soon became very popular with tens of thousands of users connecting their merchandise to buyers.

The new business model brings together 2 of the most experienced Internet selling and marketing minds with proven track records of success. NetMediaZone Website Designers and eTail Electronics a national online electronics retailer.

"The County Trader business partnership was a no brainer for me," said Neuenhaus. "Lori Eberhardt knows what it takes to build a succesful online entity and go head to head with the biggest names in the highly competitive home electronics market her expertise in that market converts perfectly with online classified advertising."

When asked what most interested her in the business model for The County Trader Eberhardt of eTail Electronics said, "The Internet marketing expertise of NetMediaZone is unequaled with their ability to build brand awareness for small businesses and The County Trader has proven itself and will certainly continue its high rate of growth."

Classified advertisers can run ads for as short a time as five days or keep an ad online for up to a year which is perfect for vacation rental properties.

Websites:

http://www.thecountytrader.com
http://www.netmediazone.com    
http://www.etailelectronics.com

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