New Classifieds Rules
Mark. This is within the rules, but it is a bit daft.
User could have easily put both in one advert.
Unfortunately we have users on the board, who can’t apply common sense to their ads. Sad that you have had to create a plethora of rules to ‘control’ what was once a rather friendly nice forum.
All the bestPosted 9 years agoStu_NSubscriber
What do people think about making classifieds bike stuff only? The current front page is about 10% non-bike – a quick skim shows:
– camera kit
– a moped
– a laptop
Also, are eBay ads a good use of space? If I wanted to buy stuff on eBay I would look on eBay, not here.
Any thoughts?Posted 9 years agofennerhorneMember
Stu_N, I think part of the ‘charm :)’ of STW is that it’s a community of mountainbikers who also have other interests; so I’ve swapped computer programs, bought/sold Jeans/Jackets, etc. I feel more comfortable dealing with people on the STW forum as I feel there is this communality about it, and I know people who I have met, and others just from dealing with them online, and I’ve never been ripped off (and hopefully never ripped anybody else off)(fingers crossed). Sure there’s always the bad apple – I’m glad to see Wheels on Fire sent packing, and I totally agree with banning multiple postings (OR PEOPLE WHO SHOUT:))but otherwise I think it’s a nice place to hang out; I think most of us are genuine MTBrs; that is ‘addicts’, who love to ride/sell/and buy buy buy bits and bikes. Happy Trails. MartinPosted 9 years agoitchyMember
Stevieeeh put a post on a different ‘sticky’ regarding folk having to put a price on their goods. I agree, too many people don’t put prices on thinking they may cash in if someone offers more than they are wanting for it and simply knock back any offers under their valuation. Surely it would save a load of time and uneccessary posts if the seller put a price on their goods in the first place?Posted 9 years ago
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