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  2. Classified advertising - Wikipedia

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    Classified advertising. Classified advertising is a form of advertising, particularly common in newspapers, online and other periodicals, which may be sold or distributed free of charge. Classified advertisements are much cheaper than larger display advertisements used by businesses, [1] although display advertising is more widespread. [2]

  3. Employment website - Wikipedia

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    Employment website. An employment website is a website that deals specifically with employment or careers. Many employment websites are designed to allow employers to post job requirements for a position to be filled and are commonly known as job boards. Other employment sites offer employer reviews, career and job-search advice, and describe ...

  4. Decline of newspapers - Wikipedia

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    The decline of newspapers in the 21st century is region dependent. Data supports that in the U.S and Europe popularity and sales are wavering. In these regions, industry is facing slumping ad sales, the loss of much classified advertising, and precipitous drops in circulation. The U.S. saw the loss of an average of two newspapers per week ...

  5. Newspaper display advertising - Wikipedia

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    Newspaper display advertising is a form of newspaper advertisement - where the advertisement appears alongside regular editorial content. Display ads are generally used by businesses and corporations towards promotion of their goods and services and are generally for larger budget clients. Display ads appear in all sections of the newspaper ...

  6. Backpage - Wikipedia

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    Backpage.com was a classified advertising website founded in 2004 by the alternative newspaper chain New Times Inc./New Times Media (later known as Village Voice Media or VVM) as a rival to Craigslist. Similar to Craigslist, Backpage let users post ads to categories such as personals, automotive, rentals, jobs and adult services. It soon became ...

  7. Geebo - Wikipedia

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    It was founded in 2000 by entrepreneur Greg Collier as a site for promoting job listings and other services in the Sacramento, California region. Overview [ edit ] Geebo is an independent online classified advertising site populated through partnerships with speciality advertising sites, and free listings posted by private individuals.

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