Classified privilege

50ShedsofHay

Member
Arable Farmer
How would I go about gaining privilege to post in the private ads over £350? Have a drill to offer, but have only read and never posted on the forum. Thanks in advance.
 

Clive

Staff Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lichfield
How would I go about gaining privilege to post in the private ads over £350? Have a drill to offer, but have only read and never posted on the forum. Thanks in advance.
just go to the https://www.classifieds.farm/ site (or press "classifieds" the button in the header bar )

Register for classifieds and post you advert - it's free

Once approved by a moderator your ad will appear on the searchable classifieds site and also automatically create a thread on the forum
 

delilah

Member
Hi, just putting this here as a way of contacting the mods.....

Have just discovered, and posted in, the TFF Christmas gifts thread. It hadn't been used for a couple of years, it's in the classifieds, wondered if there was any chance of it instead being in, say, off topic, where it would get seen by more people ?
I am sure there's plenty of people like me who would much rather keep their xmas shopping 'in house' as it were, but where that thread is I guess most folks don't go ?
Just a suggestion :)
 

Clive

Staff Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lichfield
Hi, just putting this here as a way of contacting the mods.....

Have just discovered, and posted in, the TFF Christmas gifts thread. It hadn't been used for a couple of years, it's in the classifieds, wondered if there was any chance of it instead being in, say, off topic, where it would get seen by more people ?
I am sure there's plenty of people like me who would much rather keep their xmas shopping 'in house' as it were, but where that thread is I guess most folks don't go ?
Just a suggestion :)
good idea - I will move it later
 

quattro

Member
Location
scotland
To place a ad in over £350 do you have to completely reregister?
because when I try to just login it says name or password not recognised?
 

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