|By PR Newswire||
|August 11, 2014 08:26 AM EDT||
FORT MYERS, Fla., Aug. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ClassifiedsEarth.com (http://www.classifiedsearth.com) continues its steady climb to the top of Internet classifieds websites. Now, the site has added event ticket sales, a competitive category that always attracts value-conscious buyers and sellers. As with every other kind of listing, ClassifiedsEarth.com enables users to create event ticket listings for any location on Earth.
"Ticket sellers – both individuals and companies – are flocking to ClassifiedsEarth.com because we provide more options than any similar platform," explained Manager James Reardon. "Simple listings are always free. Added features are economical. Creating a listing takes only minutes, and broadcasting to social networks is fast and effective at getting traction."
Ticket sellers have the same set of tools and features available as sellers of other goods and services. They can embed videos, link to offsite pictures and even import their own HTML code. Building an attractive virtual storefront on ClassifiedsEarth.com is quick and easy. A messaging system built into every listing allows potential buyers to ask questions prior to a sale, fostering trust between both parties.
The developers of ClassifiedsEarth.com have designed options and site upgrades specifically tailored to the needs of ticket sellers. For instance, ticket listings are fully search engine optimized, meaning sellers need not stress about visibility on Google, Bing or Yahoo. Sellers can choose from pre-set seating options for specific events, such as "nosebleed" or "50 yard line."
Reardon added: "We've made it as straightforward as possible not only for sellers to create attention-getting listings, but also for buyers to find what they're looking for without trailblazing through spam or fighting a clunky user interface. The development team made every decision with users in mind, and that careful planning is obvious in the finished product."
When ClassifiedsEarth.com users narrow their search to a specific city, they will find that "tickets" is now one of the options under "for sale." Buyers can also use the main search bar on any page to locate tickets for a specific event. These include tickets primarily for concerts and professional sporting events. Buyers will find that virtually every major American city now has tickets for sale on site; many small- and mid-size markets are joining those ranks. In other words, the selection is vast and getting more exhaustive each day.
Registered users of ClassifiedsEarth.com pay nothing to list tickets for sale, browse listings or complete transactions. The basic, free listing can include up to six photos, one embedded YouTube video and a social sharing widget. For ticket sellers who want to increase their visibility, a number of listing enhancements are available for a small fee. These include featured listing status, bold listings, additional YouTube videos and a PayPal button.
Launched in late 2010, ClassifiedsEarth.com is a free and paid classified ads website. The site is sympathetic to the needs of individuals who make their income from Internet sales and affiliate marketing. The owner and manager of this site is himself an affiliate marketer himself; he realized that having complete control over a classified ads website would allow him to fine tune its features and options with this audience in mind. Those interested in maintaining a long-term presence on ClassifiedsEarth.com are encouraged to establish a storefront, complete with branding, logo, and custom URL.
James Reardon, Manager
2655 N. Airport Road #61476
Fort Myers, FL 33906
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