The Classifieds FAQ

Jobs

What is the cost of a job post?
$200

How long will does it take for my job to be on the Job Board after I submit?
Jobs are live within 48 business hours from the time you submit.

Will I get a receipt?
Yes. After your job posts, you will receive a confirmation email with your receipt, the date your job post expires as well as the direct link to your job post.

How long will my job be on the Job Board?
Jobs are live on the board for 60 days. If you would like to extend your post beyond the 60 days, you can contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for details on how to do so.

Where will my job be featured?
Jobs are featured on our Job Board, in our newsletter as well as in the weekly Hot Jobs column and the Jobs round-up sent out to subscribers every Sunday.

What kinds of things should I include in the job description?
The best job posts have a description of your company, a blurb about your company culture and a clear list of responsibilities and qualifications. Other points that help a job post perform better are information about compensation and benefits.

Can I link my job post out to another site?
Yes. In the submission form, under “How to Apply” you can provide a link for your job post to link out to if you prefer candidates to apply through your site.

Is there a bundle package available for posting multiple jobs?
Yes. Contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for details.

What do I do if my job gets filled before it expires?
Email Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for your post to be taken down.

Can I make edits to my job post after I submit?
Yes. You can respond directly to the confirmation email or contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for any changes.

Can I get simple statistics of how my job performed?
Yes. Email Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for a simple report on how your job performed.

Events

What is the cost of an event post?
$300

What is included in an event post?
Promotions include a tile on the Event Board plus a one-day shoutout in our newsletter. If your event takes place between Friday-Sunday, it will be considered for placement in the Weekender (our editorial weekend story that publishes every Thursday). Note that our Event board is heavily promoted via our social media channels as well.

Will I get a receipt?
Yes. Once your event posts, you will receive a confirmation email with your receipt and a screenshot of your event tile as well as your scheduled promotion date (subject to change).

How long does it take for my event to be on the Event Board after I submit?
Please allow 48 business hours from time of submission.

Can I purchase additional promotions?
Yes. Contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for information on how to purchase extra promotions. If you would like to purchase more than 4 promotions, Abby can give you details on our bundle pricing.

Can I make edits to my event post after I submit?
Yes. You can respond directly to the confirmation email or contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for any changes.

What images are best to use?
All images will be cropped to fit our formatting so it is best to submit feature images that are horizontal. Please note that images with text on them will not be accepted as featured images. Event logos can be your company/organization logo or event-specific.

Can I get simple statistics of how my event performed?
Yes. Email Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for a simple report on how your event performed.

Homes/Apt and Communities

What is the difference between a Home/Apt post and a Community post?
A Home/Apt post is for single properties being listed by owner or agency. A Community post is for Apartment Communities/Complexes who want to promote the entire property. If you would like promotional details on a Community/Complex, please contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com).

What is the cost of a Home/Apt post?
$100

What is the cost of a Community post?
$500

What is included in a Home/Apt post?
A home post includes a tile on the Home Board, plus a one-day shoutout in our newsletter and homepage. If your property is hosting an Open House during the time that your Home/Apt is live, it will be included in our Open House list publishes on Fridays.

What is included in a Community post?
A community post includes a tile on the Home Board plus two, one-day shoutouts in our newsletter and homepage as well as an Apartment Profile feature (see example here).

How long will my listing be live on the Home Board?
For a Home/Apt, listings are live for 15 days. For a Community, posts will be live for 30 days. For details on extending your listing past the expiration date, contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com).

Will I get a receipt?
Yes. Once your property posts you will receive a confirmation email with your receipt, a screenshot of your tile on the Home Board as well as the promotional date.

How long does it take for my listing to be live on the Home Board?
Please allow 48 hours for your post to be live on the Home Board from the time of submission.

Can I make edits to my listing after I submit?
Yes. You can respond directly to the confirmation email or contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for any changes.

If I am having an open house, can I include that in my submission?
Yes. There is a field in the submission form to note an open house date or you can contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com). Note that if your house has an Open House during its promotional period, it will be featured in our weekly Open House column that publishes on Friday.

What if my listing goes off the market before the promotional run date?
Contact Abby Clark (abby@charlotteagenda.com) for a full refund.


Questions? Comments? Contact Abby Clark at abby@charlotteagenda.com.