Classified Advertising

Classified advertising is a form of advertising which is particularly common in newspapers, online and other periodicals which may be sold or distributed free of charge. Advertisements in a newspaper are typically short, as they are charged for by the line, and one newspaper column wide.

Publications printing news or other information often have sections of classified advertisements; there are also publications which contain only advertisements. The advertisements are grouped into categories or classes such as "for sale—telephones", "wanted—kitchen appliances", and "services—plumbing", hence the term "classified".

Classified advertisements are much cheaper than larger display advertisements used by businesses, and are mostly placed by private individuals with single items they wish to sell or buy.

Read more about Classified AdvertisingOverview, Developments, Statistics

Other articles related to "classified advertising, advertising, classified":

Superstitial - See Also
... Ad server App store optimization Article marketing Classified advertising Conversion rate Digital marketing Frequency capping In-text advertising Inbound marketing Lead ...
... is an online classified advertising service run by MediaCorp, Singapore's only fully integrated media company with TV and radio stations, a newspaper, magazine and online properties ... Mocca stands for MediaCorp Online Communities and Classified Advertising ... Currently only the classified advertising component is in place, with the online communities to come ...
Classified Advertising - Statistics
... In 2003 the market for classified ads in the United States was $15.9 billion (newspapers), $14.1 billion (online) according to market researcher Classified Intelligence ... The worldwide market for classified ads in 2003 was estimated at over $100 billion ... for reporting, market statistics vary concerning the total market for internet classified ads ...

Famous quotes containing the words advertising and/or classified:

    Now wait a minute. You listen to me. I’m an advertising man, not a red herring. I’ve got a job, a secretary, a mother, two ex- wives, and several bartenders dependent on me. And I don’t intend to disappoint them all by getting myself slightly killed.
    Ernest Lehman (b.1920)

    From a hasty glance through the various tests I figure it out that I would be classified in Group B, indicating “Low Average Ability,” reserved usually for those just learning to speak the English Language and preparing for a career of holding a spike while another man hits it.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)