- - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

The Washington Times on Thursday announced a free online classified product that will allow customers nationwide to place multimedia-rich ads in numerous categories for free.

The product can be found at Classified.WashingtonTimes.com and offers users a chance to upload photos and YouTube videos to accompany listings.

“The Washington Times is a national news site with 14 million monthly readers across the country, and this new online classifieds system program will allow our readers to offer their products and services to like-minded customers from Los Angeles to New York and Minneapolis to Miami,” President and CEO Larry Beasley said. “We’re excited to create a new national marketplace that helps our readers buy and sell products and services.”

The classified listings will include all offerings in The Washington Times print edition as well as all ads placed by customers and accepted by The Times via the online, registration-only system. In addition, The Times will offer special classifieds from online partners such as eBay and JuJu.

Users must register on the site in order to place classifieds. Times sales assistants will review the contents for compliance with its policies, then set the ads live.

A handful of categories such as obituaries, legal notices, and foreclosure and trustee advertisements still will require fees. But the vast majority of categories including real estate, cars, pets and job ads will have a free online component.

Multilisting outlets, such as car dealerships and real estate agents, should contact The Washington Times advertising team at 202/636-3102 to get special accounts that will empower them to bulk upload their classifieds with ease.


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