Classified Advertising Made Easy: Place a Classified Ad in 5 easy steps
Sell your goods and services quickly with YourAdNow, our new self-service classified ad portal. Create and publish a classified ad in just five easy steps to sell items such as an old piano or bales of hay in newspapers like the Sunday Independent, Irish Independent, Herald, Sligo Champion, Belfast Telegraph, Kerryman, Corkman, Bray People, Enniscorthy Guardian, New Ross Standard, Wexford People, Wicklow People, Argus, Drogheda Independent. YourAdNow offers a variety of advertising categories for print ads, including: dogs, farm buildings, farm machinery for sale, articles for sale, articles wanted, draw results, Furniture, garage doors, health & fitness, lost and found, meeting point, miscellaneous, personal messages, pianos, thanksgiving, useful services, van removals and waste removal.Book Now
Built with you in mind
YourAdNow is the new online self-service ad portal that takes the hassle out of selling your goods and services. This handy tool allows you to pick your newspaper and date of choice, create, publish, and pay for your classified ad in five easy steps. Pricing is transparent, you can clearly see the cost of your ad so there are no surprises when it comes to payment. We understand that placing an ad can be a little daunting the first time, so our team is here to help. If you need extra help, please contact one of our team members.Contact
To help you get started, we created a short video tutorial that will properly introduce you to YourAdNow and will guide you through the process of booking your ad.View video tutorials
What Classified ads can I book on YourAdNow?
The advertising categories available for classified ads on YourAdNow include:
- Farm buildings
- Farm machinery for sale
- Articles for sale
- Articles wanted
- Draw results
- Garage doors
- Health & fitness
- Lost and found
- Meeting point
- Personal messages
- Useful services
- Van removals
- Waste removal
With YourAdNow, you can place your classified ad in newspapers such as the Sunday Independent, Irish Independent, Herald, Sligo Champion, Belfast Telegraph, Kerryman, Corkman, Bray People, Enniscorthy Guardian, New Ross Standard, Wexford People, Wicklow People, Argus and the Drogheda Independent.
Why register on YourAdNow?
It’s very helpful if you register with YourAdNow before you book an ad in one or several of our newspapers. This is because the system stores useful information, as well as all the ads you have booked in the past.
For example, if you want to book a classified ad in the Sunday Independent, you can modify then repeat your ads regularly, without the inconvenience of having to repeat the whole process. You can also save your classified ad and use it again if, say, you also want to book your newspaper ad in the Kerryman. Simply choose the relevant ad from your library, modify it and book again!
Also, if you are writing your classified ad, but are stuck for words or missing a key detail, you can simply save a draft copy and come back to it later when you are more inspired. YourAdNow will keep your draft, once you have registered.
Ready to book your classified ad?
Click on one of the links below to get started:
- Book a classified ad in the Irish Independent
- Book a classified ad in the Sunday Independent
- Book a classified ad in the Belfast Telegraph
- Book a classified ad in the Herald
- Book a classified ad in the Corkman
- Book a classified ad in the Kerryman
- Book a classified ad in the Argus
- Book a classified ad in the Drogheda Independent
- Book a classified ad in the Sligo Champion
- Book a classified ad in the Gorey Guardian
- Book a classified ad in the Wexford People
- Book a classified ad in the Wicklow People
- Book a classified ad in the Bray People
About Mediahuis Ireland
Mediahuis is Ireland's leading print and digital media publisher, reaching millions of consumers daily. We publish some of the most well-read media brands on the island of Ireland including the Sunday Independent, the Belfast Telegraph, BelfastTelegraph.co.uk, Independent.ie and the Sunday World. We also produce 12 weekly regional newspapers, and have a portfolio of three well-known digital marketplaces.More about us