Upillar is the new way to sell stuff online for free. Today Upillar CEO Trevor Milton was live on the air as they launched their national ad campaign on the Glenn Beck program. Craig's List seems to have serious competition with Upillar.
I have a lot of stuff I want to list on Craig's List or eBay. Now I'm considering Upillar because it is totally free. Often I didn't get the results I wanted from Craig's List so I was considering eBay but that confuses me. Upillar sounds simple and easy.
There are paid ad options at Upillar to highlight your ad or feature it on the home page. Regular ads for all types of items including jobs, homes and motor vehicles are free at Upillar. No credit card is required to use Upillar.
Upillar promises there will be no sexual content. Upillar also has nationwide search capabilities and instant auto valuation data. No fees are imposed on your final sale at Upillar. All this sounds very appealing to me.
Upillar is a privately held company founded and headquartered in St. George, Utah. The website is attractive and navigable.
When you place a free classified ad at Upillar, you can also win a trip for 4 to Maui, Hawaii! An incentive like Hawaii might make me finally list some of those old toys and household items on Upillar.com.
Has anyone tried Upillar? What do you think of it compared to Craig's List or eBay?
Here is a YouTube video of Upillar CEO Trevor Milton talking to FOX 5: