How to Outsource Your CraigsList Ads

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how to outource your Craigslist Ads

There is no way you should be spending 30 – 60 minutes every day posting Craigslist Ads… not when you shouldn’t be doing anything that isn’t paying you at least your hourly training rate. The trouble is that it often takes hours of trial and error to set up a system that you can give to an assistant to outsource the work you want done for you (correctly… the first time around). So what I did was take the guess work out of the outsourcing process. Just use my 1 page cheat sheet to give to your assistant (in studio or virtual) to post your Craigslist ads for you. The cheat sheet also includes my longest running CL ad proven to drive traffic to your website!

It took me a couple of tries, but now my cheat sheet covers every step it takes to post a Craiglist Ad. All you need to do is update the cheat sheet with your city information and change your email and password log-in.


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  • Curt Ligot

    On the days you post, how many times a day do you post?


    • Once in the morning.

      Big Tip: Sunday and Monday ads work best for literally everything you’re promoting.

      We get the majority of our leads on Sundays and Monday – after people have eaten too much and are looking to start fresh that next week…

      Hope this helps!

  • David Knapp

    The only ads that get flagged are the gogopin ads

    • Hi David,

      I wish I had an answer… I will look into it and see if I can find out why you may be having issues. Maybe, you can post it on a CL forum somewhere on the web where their are experts on CL? Just a thought…

  • David Knapp

    Steve I have posted twice on Craigslist using gogopin ads and each time they have been flagged. I follow the terms. I cant get an answer from them Help
    David knapp

    • Hi David,

      I wonder if it’s CL flagging you or an angry competitor?

      Since your gogopin ad is just HTML I’m not sure why it would get flagged?

      Are you sure no one else is clicking the “flag this post” link?

      Can anyone else help David?

  • Hi David,

    I agree, but it our job to keep them committed to sticking to the plan.

    It’s a personal choice I made to set my studio apart.

    I think I’ve given ONE refund in over 3 years…

  • David Ertl

    How can you guarantee results? Isn’t it ultimately up to the client to do his/her part?