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Q: How do I sign up at Skipthegames.com?
A: To create an account, just click the red “Post your free ad now” button and follow the process. Your account will be created along the way.
Q: How do I delete a post?
A: Just follow these steps—
- Log in to your account. In the left sidebar click “Delete / View ads”.
- In the list of posted ads find the one(s) you want to delete.
- Check the box in the rightmost column of each ad to be deleted.
- Once all the right ads have been selected, click “Delete selected” at the top or at the bottom of the list.
In the screenshot below, red highlight shows the way to delete a single ad, yellow — the way to delete more than one:
Q: How long does an ad stay online?
a.k.a. When does an ad expire?
A: This depends on the area where the ad was posted. For example, in New York City the ad will expire within a month, because new ads are posted often. In small cities an ad may stay up for more than 3 months. In other words, the more ads get posted in a city, the faster will the ads in this city expire.
Q: How long before I start receiving calls, texts, and emails?
A: This will depend on a few factors. The city: if you post in New York, your ad will soon be buried, unless you repost often. Without enough eye traffic, you won’t have enough prospects. The content: If you have not taken care to prepare excellent photographs and write an enticing copy, why would anyone prefer your ad to thousands of nearly identical ones? Make sure to do your homework. The market: If you are one of hundreds of thousands posters who offer the same generic abbreviations and utter nonsense like “bubbly personality, one of a kind, bla-bla-blah”, you are going to lose. Check this list:
There are generally two kinds of social marketing photographs: those that hit the subject from just the right light, at just the right angle, in just the right moment, and those that contain even one element of distraction that give more of a blurry, general impression than a come-hither invitation. Continue reading