Tag: Craigslist

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Jeff Herr moves to Bay Area News Group

Jeff Herr has been appointed to the new position of strategic project lead for the Bay Area News Group. Herr is a long time online media exec, working with newspapers and media groups over a two decade career.

Craigslist raises job-post prices in 15 cities

Craigslist raises job-post prices in 15 cities

Craigslist has increased the price it charges to post jobs in 15 cities. The price jumps are either $10 or $20 per job depending on the city. Here is the complete list, reported by job board posting site Proven.

  1. Los Angeles: $45 (was $25)
  2. San Diego: $35 (was $25)
  3. Orange County: $35 (was

Intryst provides virtual “burner” phones for Craigslist sellers

With a name like Intryst, you might suspect this two-person startup from Grand Rapids, Michigan has something to do with the beleaguered dating site Ashley Madison. And indeed, Intryst’s service could potentially be popular with Ashley Madison users – at least those who remain after Ashley’s highly embarrassing hack.But Intryst is actually targeting classified advertisers on sites like Craigslis

A hipper, safer Craigslist clone?

The latest Craigslist clone will appeal to a desire for hipness and safety."Craigslist is just as it was in 1995 when it started, it hasn't changed much," said Bryan Brzeg, a marketing consultant for Microsoft, who with marketing consultant Michelle Liang will launch Sayist in the fall. It will offer a streamlined way to post ads and includes a way to post videos."A lot of the young users usin

Newmark grasps sustainable immortality

Captains of industry often create monuments to themselves.Craigslist founder Craig Newmark has funded a monument everyone can use in his New Jersey hometown. The self-described "nerd" will immortalize himself by funding a $10,000 composting toilet in the Early Street Community Garden, a project of three local "ladies," who rejuvenated a junkyard across the street from Newmark's childhood home in

VarageSale adds new Canadian communities, school book program

VarageSale, the Canadian Craigslist wannabe that raised $34 million earlier this year for its social marketplace website facilitating “virtual garage sales,” has launched another 24 communities in Ontario. The company, which the Canadian tech blog Techvibes named its Startup of the Year for 2014, now covers the entire Toronto and Ottawa areas and nearly every city in Ontario.In addition, startin

Calgary explores Kijiji and Craigslist safe zones outside police stations

Calgary may be joining a number of other North American cities to offer “safe zones” outside police stations where online buyers and sellers can finish their real world transactions under the watchful eyes of the local cops. Carter Duchesney of Calgary’s Crime Prevention Unit says that his office has been asked to look into providing such a service to users of sites like Kijiji and Craigslist in C

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