Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Advertising feature: Put a picture of your car for sale in the Belfast Telegraph's classifieds section

Hi-tech makeover: East Belfast woman Katrina Martin takes a picture of her car to put up for sale

The Belfast Telegraph's much-loved daily motors classified section has had a hi-tech makeover.







Readers can now send in pictures of their cars for publication in the paper each day.

They can also have their car featured on our hit website at the same time for as little as £7 per day.

For decades loyal readers have been selling tens of thousands of cars, vans, boats, trailers and other vehicles via the Tele's classified pages.

In more recent years, you have also loved our brilliant weekly niCarFinder supplement and our hit www.nicarfinder.co.uk website.

Now we have innovated further and introduced the ability to place a photo of your vehicle into our daily motors classified section.

“This is a great new service for our advertisers and readers” said Simon Mann, commercial director.

“It is designed to help sellers sell and buyers buy. If you have something that moves we can help you move it.

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“To help our customers sell their vehicles they can now include a photograph in their private listings advert which appears in the newspaper six days a week and online for a month from as little as £7 per day.”

Mr Mann added that nicarfinder “is the Belfast Telegraph's marketplace for vehicles — cars, bikes, commercial vans, boats and caravans”.

It appears in the paper six days a week with a special supplement on Thursday and has its own dedicated web site www.nicarfinder.co.uk .

“All advertisements placed with nicarfinder appear both in print and online combining the immediacy, frequency and readership delivered by Belfast Telegraph newspaper with the accessibility, functionality and extended coverage provided by the web,” he added.

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