You’ll find it in Finda
HAND-crafted 50 years ago, the exquisite crochet knee rug still looks like new for just $65.
How much do you know about Elvis? The trivia game is “one for the money” at $50.
Or you can even get the kitchen sink…it’s $65 for stainless steel with no dents.
You can “finda” just about everything in the Whitsunday Times new multimedia classifieds.
Finda is the new name for our classifieds section and it also extends online. It provides the perfect way to help you find it, flog it or flaunt it both in print and via the world wide web.
Different mediums achieve better results and this is the perfect way to buy, sell, search and promote both locally and to neighbouring regions
For sellers, you can even post your items for free under the buy and sell section.
Listing an item is simple, just log on to the www.finda.com.au website, choose your classification and fill in the details. Free digital and newspaper options are available, including one print edition and 60 days online with up to 10 photos.
Wider distribution options start from just $5.
If you would rather speak with an expert on the best way to flog your gear, just give us a call on 1300 136 181.
The new online functionality enables users to search titles and text with an improved description.
There are also interactive maps, with the ability to also search outside our region.
“Finda’s integrated and unique multimedia platforms deliver advertisers with the best of both worlds – a national network with a truly regional focus,” classifieds general manager, said Jodi Berdou.
CEO of APN Australian Regional Media Neil Monaghan said finda was another initiative that reinforced the company’s position as a leader in the regional media landscape.
“Our newspaper brands have played an integral role in regional communities for more than 150 years and will continue well into the future as we continue to evolve our products and the way we do business,” Mr Monaghan said.
“finda aligns our classified product with the way in which consumers buy and sell and holds true to our vision to be an essential part of people’s daily lives.”
Check out our new-look classifieds in today’s paper, or visit our website to experience the cool new functionality for yourself.
FINDA: Whitsunday Times receptionist Shelley McCormack and managing editor Leanne Abernethy discussing Finda, the new name for the classifieds section which also includes online advertising.