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How to post Ads?

How to post your Ads on BikesDaily >>

Step (1) Ensure before placing ads that you are using an upto date browser. Bikesdaily works best with (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x and up, Mozilla firefox 3.0 and up, Safari 3.0 and up & all versions of Chrome).

Step (2) Click on ‘Place Ad’.



Step (3) Enter secure code to progress to next page.
Step (4) Enter important fields: title, category, state, dealer / private sale, a description, price, contact email address, length of ad, at least one picture.
Step (5) Click ‘become a member’ if wish to create member login.



Step (6) Agree to terms and condition by ticking box. Press submit.
Step (7) Check your email address for the email confirmation.
Step (8) Click the link ‘Post Ad ’ to submit ad to Bikesdaily.com.au Then your done!



Problems posting Ads >>

If you receive errors during the ad submission process please try the following:
As a guide the error should describe what is information is missing please check form again and re-enter the missing information.

NOTE: If undescribed error occurs:
Step (1) Check your internet connection is working.
Step (2) Java enabled for your web browser.
Step (3) Check your browser is: (Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x and up, Mozilla firefox 3.0 and up, Safari 3.0 and up, Opera browser 3.0 and up).
Step (4) Refresh /reset the form and enter your form data again.

NOTE: If Ad confirmation email is not received:
Step (1) Check SPAM filtering is not setup on your mail client or ISP's end.
Step (2) Check that you have not setup a rule to discard SPAM emails to another 'spam' folder.
Step (3) Try another email address.

 

Selling Hints & Tips >>

Step (1) Complete all the research required to sell your bike. Go through local paper, scan the
web for similar bikes forsale and forums to see what they price the bike is selling for.

Step (2) Write a good description. Also check other ads online to ensure your ad has all
the necessary technical information. Include things like has the bike tires, condition of the forks and the biking history. Think about the features you love that attracted you to the bike. Get excited. And remember to be completely honest in the description, theres
nothing worse than having someone turn up to inspect your bike and the details about a scratch or
dent was not in the online ad description.

Step (3) Your headline title must include keywords and attract your buyer. Use words such as "great
bush bike " "super-low mileage," "screaming 2-stroke engine " as well to attract prospective buyers.
A title that does not represent your ad well will not help you sell your vehicle.

Step (4) Include great looking photos with close-ups. Normally you should include at least 8-10 photos, dont be
lazy with getting the right pictures. Ensure the weather is sunny and the photos are clear as
photos are the primary advertising medium used to attract prospective buyers. Again be
honest with certain dents or blemishes and take close-ups pics of these if they are present.

Step (5) Good Communication is essential with the buyer, when organising an inspection allow the buyer to inspect the bike and answer honestly and clearly any questions they might have. Be quick and responsive in your communication with prospective buyers. Don’t be late returning calls or replying to messages, communication will be key to the sale of your bike.

 

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