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E-Commerce Advertising Firm, Offers Cash Bonuses

Website advertising firm,, has added new features to its free classifieds service, in an effort to enhance and improve customer interface satisfaction. Through the promotion, aims to further build the number of users and advertisers on the site and encourage more people to buy products within local areas.

The first feature titled ’50 Pound Fridays’ offers advertisers the opportunity to win 50 pounds in cash every Friday. Any advertiser that places a classified advert on in the week preceding the weekly Friday draw is automatically entered into the competition. The winner is drawn at random through a computer generated system and is notified on the following Monday.

The second new addition to the classifieds site is a premium listings service that allows advertisers to pay 1 pound per day for up to 14 days to ensure their advertisement is placed within the top three listings. While is a free classified listings site, this premium listing service helps advertisers sell in a quicker time frame and receive more recognition for the items they sell. If an advertiser sells before their premium listing order runs out they will receive a refund.

Tom Probst, Managing Director at commented, ”Since its launch last year, has seen tremendous levels of interest, handling around 6,000 advertisements per month. We now want to give our customers something back for the support they have shown. Our aim is to become the number one classified listings site in the UK and we will continue to reward our customers for their loyalty. is the trading name for Community Ads Online Ltd. is predominantly a local and free classified ads website incorporating other community focused services such as community websites, blogs, competitions, weather forecasts, traffic reports, cinema listings, and dating, among other interests. launched in Cornwall using local radio in August 2006. From day one, traffic to the site has been outstanding. In July 2007 had around 100,000 visitors and handled over 6,300 adverts.

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