Monthly Archives: March 2010
Have you ever tried to post or search for an item on your local UsedEverywhere.com, only to find that there are no categories that describe the item in question? We’re in the process of revising our category list. You know, the specific sections of our site that you browse through to find your favorite stuff? Categories like “Electronics > Video > TVs” are pretty straight forward if you’re searching for or selling a television, but maybe you’ve been looking for a Marine Equipment section to offload your boat or find sonar equipment on the cheap. Whatever your disposition, we want your feedback. Take part in the site’s evolution and tell us what categories you would like to see. If you’d like to be extra helpful, tell us of an instance where you wanted to buy or sell a particular item (or service) but weren’t able to find it on our site.
Everyone seems to be flocking to social media applications like Facebook and Twitter, and for good reason. They’re a great way to stay in touch with friends, keep up with community events, and spread the word about your latest endeavor. They’re also an excellent medium to advertise your latest ad on UsedEverywhere.com. If you’re not quite up to speed with the social media buzz, worry not… just follow these simple steps and you’ll be publicizing your goods in no time.
Are you an advocate for environmental change? Do you support recycling, water conservation, and waste reduction? If saving the the Earth is right up your alley (and you live on the southern tip of Vancouver Island), you may want to nominate yourself for the Capital Regional District’s (CRD) 2010 EcoStar Community Environmental Awards, which aim to recognize outstanding environmental achievements and contributions by individuals, organizations, and businesses alike.
March is the mark of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere, and as our favorite half of the Earth tilts towards the Sun, we are rewarded with longer days, blossoming trees, and a seemingly endless list of chores that needs tending to. Okay, so that last one isn’t so much a reward as it is a nuisance. But we’re here to help you through the thick of it. We’ve created a list of resources that will guide you through the process of purging the dirt, grime, and excess stuff from your abode. Check them out and let us know what you think in the comments box below this post!
Hope you enjoy the awards!