Do you have a used box truck you’re looking to sell? If so, consider these simple tips to help you put a happy buyer into your old truck and some extra cash into your pocket.
Tip #1: Forget about newspapers; the Internet is where it’s at!
Two related phenomena have been in effect for the past fifteen or so years: the decline of the newspaper and the rise of the Internet. No longer do we turn Used Commercial Truck Vs New Commercial Truck Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 to the want ads in the morning paper when we want to buy used items. Instead, we point our web browsers to online want ads and auction sites and the like. There are dozens of reputable sites that will host your ad for free or for a very reasonable price. With an online ad, you would reach thousands more people than you ever could with a cramped little square in a newspaper.
Tip #2: Make Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 your ad stand out.
Research shows that ads with well-written copy and good photos of merchandise achieve nearly double the clickthrough rate of lesser ads, so it’s in your best interest to make your ad shine.
The first consideration is the written description of your used box truck. Open a new document in your word processor and type up the truck’s history, its condition, and its specifications. Take care to use correct spelling and proper grammar; Remarketing Can Get … Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 the quality of your writing will reflect on you, the seller, so you want your writing to be polished.
Next, you need some photos to show off your truck. Take a good digital camera (even a decent cell phone camera can serve the purpose) and snap shots of the truck from the usual angles: the sides, front, and rear. Next, snap photos of the interior, the tires, the engine, and anything else of note. Also, Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 since you’re selling a used box truck, take several photos of the box itself.
Keep your ideal customer in mind as you write and take photos. Imagine you’re in the market for a used box truck and think about what you would want to see in an ad. Your primary goal is to put together an enticing ad, and quality information is vital to that end.
Tip #3: Find a good site to host your ad.
If Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 you feed a search engine a phrase like “place an ad online,” you’ll turn up thousands of ad sites, many of which will allow you put up your ad for free. Common sense would tell you to go with a free site; it is less expensive, after all. But sites that require a small fee typically perform better than free sites. Ultimately, though, the choice is yours. Once you’ve decided on the site for Nissan Leaf S Downsville WI 54735 you, copy and paste your ad text into the ad form and revise it once more for grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Remember: Good, clean writing will reflect well on you and will better incline potential customers to you. Then upload your truck photos; submit your finished ad; and wait for the replies from eager buyers. All that’s left to do is to accept the best offer.
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