Gumtree returns to TV screens with the launch of a new national advertising campaign. The free classifieds website, which 13.7m people in the UK use to buy, sell and swap all manner of items, hit screens last week during Coronation Street on ITV1. Its latest ad campaign, which will run for five weeks and will …read more
After the success of our first TV ad campaign last summer, we’ll be returning to screens tonight on ITV and Channel 5. The two new ads focus on two of our main categories – general good and motors.
Fitness fans have flocked to Gumtree.com in the first two weeks of the year, as the UK tries to shape up and keep healthy New Year’s resolutions. Providing a cheaper alternative to gym memberships, the online local noticeboard has seen a 200 per cent surge in the ‘sports teams and partners’ category, and a 250 …read more
Cash-savvy Brits are busy converting their Christmas present bloopers into cash according to local noticeboard Gumtree.com. The website has been inundated with people selling their unwanted presents, with 2,917 gifts listed since Christmas Day* – a 386 per cent increase on the same point last year. As reported by:
Cash-savvy Brits are busy converting their Christmas present bloopers into cash according to local noticeboard Gumtree.com. The website has been inundated with people selling their unwanted presents, with 2,917 gifts listed since Christmas Day* – a 386 per cent increase on the same point last year. Those in London, Belfast and Glasgow are the most …read more
Buying presents can be a minefield for some people but a gift that saves people money every day is an easy way to make sure they keep on smiling. Head to Gumtree.com to find great bikes and improve their health and bank balance at the same time.
In March 2000, at the height of the dotcom boom, two entrepreneurs by the name of Simon Crookall and Michael Pennington had an idea to set up a classified ads website for Aussies, Kiwis and South Africans arriving in the city. That was when the Gumtree community was born, as thousands flocked to the site …read more
With the UK predicted to spend around £700 million on unwanted Christmas presents this year, canny Brits are advised to convert their Christmas present bloopers into cash – or swap them for what they originally wanted!
Gumtree.com, the online local noticeboard, has seen a growing trend of couples looking to join houseshares this year to reduce costs and help save money. As we all know, an unsteady house market, difficulties in securing mortgages and jobs dictating where we live, can all be obstacles to getting on the property ladder.BBC (Web), 29/11/2010,