listit.whattheythink.com aims to become one stop shop for industry classified listings
Lexington, Kentucky USA -- WhatTheyThink, the printing and publishing industry's leading media organization, today announced the launch of a new free feature for posting classified ad listings.
“We saw a need for an easy to use online classified listing service within the industry and we’re glad to be offering our ‘List It” service to our members,” said WhatTheyThink President Randy Davidson. “Our goal with this new service is to provide an open marketplace where the industry can exchange both products and services.”
Members can find the new List It service at http://listit.whattheythink.com
“We’ve designed this new service to be very easy to use and intuitive. Adding a listing should take no more than a few minutes and will gain visibility across our WhatTheyThink web properties,” said WhatTheyThink COO Eric Vessels. “We look forward to helping people gain visibility for things they are wanting to buy or sell.”
In addition to providing an intuitive way to view and post classified ads the site will also enable those wanting to keep up with the latest listings a way to do that through several RSS feeds.
Members & visitors can post listings immediately at https://listit.whattheythink.com/items/new/
WhatTheyThink is the printing and publishing industry's leading media organization; offering a wide range of publications delivering unbiased, real-time market intelligence, industry news, economic and trend analysis, peer-to-peer communication, and special reports on emerging technology and critical events. WhatTheyThink also hosts webinars and live events as well as providing content through a syndication program, which delivers content directly to related websites.
Through the WhatTheyThink Speakers Bureau, expert speakers are available for private company planning sessions and sales meetings, customer and dealer events, and association membership programs. WhatTheyThink also supports the speakers programs by assisting in the promotion of the events through its web sites and e-mail programs, if desired.