Is It Possible to Knock Craig's List Off Its Throne? Industry Upstart SellItForFree.com Thinks So

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Recognizing the urgent need for a "revolution in the online classified marketplace," Saul Meshach, a long-time tech industry insider has now launched SellItForFree.com to much acclaim.

Consumers have long accepted the limitations of Craig's List as a [fact of life], when in reality the model has begged for drastic changes for many years.

Sell It For Free.com has issued an aggressive and direct challenge to embedded and stagnant online ad leaders Craig's List, OLX.com, Oodle.com, and others.

Says Meshach, CEO of this Washington State-based corporation, "Consumers have long accepted the limitations of Craig's List as a [fact of life], when in reality the model has begged for drastic changes for many years."

Determined to Serve All Online Ad Posters - "Everywhere"
One of the priority requests delivered to his developers was to better serve online ad buyers across a wider geographical area. Craig's List can, and will, refuse to serve online classified ads in many areas across the United States--both urban and rural.

One stated mission incorporated in Sell It For Free.com's business model is to serve "all" online ad sellers "…everywhere [they] are."

No stranger to software and web technologies, CEO Meshach managed and advanced key projects for both Microsoft and Stamps.com before branching off to kickstart Sell It For Free.com in 2008.

Free Means Free for Meschach and Team
Web 2.0 has opened up the promise of free and widely available information. Yet so many Web businesses either operate on a "pay-gate" model or on a so-called "free" model that actually comes laden with hidden fees and charges.

When Meshach and his development team sat down at the whiteboards, the word "Free" was at the top flowchart. In short, everything about SellItForFree.com literally "flows" from the concept of "Free."

Sell It For Free.com maintains its high standards of promising free online ad postings by keeping its operating costs pared to a minimum, and developing revenue streams from areas other than the traditional pay models.

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