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Do you really need to reach millions when you only have one item to sell and and a particular handful of potential buyers? To advertise your audio component on ebay or amazon, it costs a pretty penny. For a $5600 item, you can expect pay $560 to ebay or $841 to amazon. Really? Sure, you have apparently very high exposure, but how well have you reached out to your specific audience, audiophiles?

Let's see: advertise on http://www.theaudioclassifieds.com and for a $5600 item, it will cost about seventy cents - that's right. $.070 for one item of a $6.95 subscrption which includes ten items to advertise over a year's time. We're small but gently growiing an audiophile community marketplace where once again it is affordable to buy and sell audio gear. The question to ask is, is ebay or amazon really worth the money?

When you post an item, I post that listing to social sites, where there is always the possibility of reaching your buyer. I want to help you sell your component and provide a service that is of value. I am just one guy working to make a difference.

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