A Craigslist ad for an online furniture seller is getting a lot of attention this week as the company behind it says it can now sell the internet equipment used in online advertisements online for the first time.
“I’m looking for a home improvement store in the middle of nowhere in the US and we can buy it for $15k, or $60k,” the listing read.
The ad was posted on a website called Craigslist.com on Wednesday, but the website said the ad had been removed from the site on Friday morning.
The listing also said the property had been sold.
Craigslist said in a statement to the ABC it would not comment on individual listings, but that it “continues to support the efforts of its users”.
“We are a participant in Craigslist’s advertising program, and we do not share any personal information about people who post listings for our site,” the statement said.
“We will continue to actively encourage our members to disclose information about their activities to our advertising partners.”
Craigslist has seen a spike in the popularity of its advertising program in recent years.
In September last year, it launched its “Do It Yourself” program, which allows people to buy online items from people they meet online.
In December last year it launched a “Craigslist for Real” ad campaign which encourages people to set up a website for their own online shop.
But the popularity has been dampened by the rise of websites like Craigslist.
Com, which has long offered users the ability to advertise their items online.
And it is the latter program that is making some people nervous about selling their goods on Craigslist.
Online sales have become a major part of the business model for online auction websites.
But Mr Smith said the company had a lot more work to do to help its users navigate Craigslist’s site.
“I think Craigslist has had its ups and downs, and they’ve really had a hard time attracting a lot new users,” he said.
“The big problem is they have a lot harder time getting new people in.”
He said he was looking forward to seeing more people “doing real-time bidding”.