February 01, 2005
Creating New Listings
Now that spring is coming, I know a lot of you are probably starting to think about buying a new donkey or mule, or maybe selling a few. You may also have a jack that you want to stand at stud, or tack and other longear related items you would like to offer for sale.
It may have been a while since you posted listings on Longears Mall, so here is a little refresher on how to set up your own classified ads and business store listings on Longears Mall. It is a short and easy process.
The first step is to log in. If you don't have a listing account yet, you can set a new account up at http://longearsmall.com/gc/app/register.php. If you already have an existing account on Longears Mall, but have forgotten your username or password, simply fill out the Forgotten Password form, and your login information will be emailed to you immediately.
Once you have logged in, it is a simple 4-step process to post your business Store Listings and Classified Ads.
1. Click the "Create Store or Classified" menu option. Then click the category that best fits your listing.
2. Next enter the listing details for your Classified Ad or Store Listing.
3. Now if you would like, you can upload a picture to be displayed with your listing. Or you can choose to skip the image upload and continue on.
4. Now all that's left is to review and approve your listing details and submit your listing. Classified Ads are free for everyone. However if you are placing a business store listing, and your store listing subscription has expired, you may be asked to renew before your listing will become active.
That's all there is to it! Now your classified ads and store listings are available for all Longears Mall visitors to see!
If you have additional questions about how to create your listings or if you experience problems along the way, please email me at email@example.com and I will be happy to help you.
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Posted by Kristie Jorgensen at February 1, 2005 11:02 PM