Recycler.com - Worth a Chuckle, At Least
Recycler.com is a print-plus-online classified-ads venue. It's a kind of "eBay meets the classifieds" site where you can list items for sale and browse for items you need. Categories include almost everything, from "Animals & Pets" (Dogs, Cats, Birds, Livestock, Pythons & other things that go bump in the night) to "Travel, Events & Entertainment" (Tickets, Dining, Special Occasions & other reasons to leave your house - with your laptop, of course).
I went to the site map at http://www.recycler.com/asp/infomap.asp to scout around, and it lead me to the "cool ad of the week" section here: http://www.recycler.com/asp/coolads.asp.
"Laser Machine for laser eye surgery, made in 1989, possibly works! Lots of valuable parts/accesories, originally cost close to $100,000 Take it for $100 OBO"
Possibly works??! This seller should consider buying this item: "Lie detector: includes microphone + telephone hook-up. Works over the phone! Small and easy to carry around. Retail: $16.88. Sale: $10."
As well as the entertainment value of this site, you might actually find some inventory here to sell on auction sites! Look at this ad:
"Pinatas, over 85 of them, all are yellow happy faces, and about the size of a basketball, all brand new with tags, used for a movie promotion, $199 OBO"
These Pinatas could do the trick for some really frustrated eBay users - "take that, you smiling happy face, you!"
For auction users wanting to go back to their roots but still take advantage of technology, this may be the site for you. The company announced on Thursday that it will offer iPIX technology to allow sellers to post pictures to accompany their classified ads.
Recycler.com is the online version of Recycler Classifieds, a weekly classified advertising publication with almost 30 years of history in Southern California. Purchased by the Times-Mirror Company in 1998, Recycler is a standalone business operation of the Los Angeles Times.
As for me, I'll be tuning in to the "ad of the week" for a few chuckles. It's free (OBO).
COMPANY NEWS; TIMES MIRROR ADDING RECYCLER CLASSIFIEDS
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The Times Mirror Company agreed yesterday to acquire the Los Angeles-area publications of Recycler Classifieds, a publisher of classified ads. The two companies, along with DLJ Merchant Banking Partners, formed a new company, Target Media Partners, to operate the remaining publications owned by Recycler and their local publishers. The companies said the acquisition of Recycler Classifieds by Times Mirror and the joint investments in Target Media totaled more than $200 million. Recycler, based in Los Angeles, is majority owned by DLJ Merchant Banking Partners, a unit of the investment bank Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Inc. Recycler's Los Angeles operations include 24 publications with average weekly circulation of more than 400,000.
Recycler Classifieds for Android
- Release date: 2016-10-06
- Current version: 2.5
- File size: 14.06 MB
- Developer: MTPHoldings LLC
- Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android Pie 9.0, versions 10, 11, 12 or later
Recycler Classifieds is an extremely easy to use app that allows users to search from millions of classifieds ads posted every day and also to post directly from the app. Recycler Classifieds was created as a mobile solution for website recycler.com only to improve the users experience, application behaves like a normal browser and does not collect any information in. Features: - Post directly from app - Bookmark/save favorite ads - Reply, Call, Text directly fromRecycler Classifieds - Sort results by low/high price This application provides millions of adverts ordered by categories: -Local places -Buy/sell/ trade -Cars/ automotive -Rentals -Real estate -Jobs -Services and others One of the best classifieds advertisement market in world
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Recycler Classifieds Careers and Employment
Customer Service Representative in Las Vegas, NV
Balanced and energized workplaceA nice company to work for..An inbound outbound call center taking customer ads for news[a[er. The recycler classifieds is a local newspaper that gives customer an opportunity to place free ads, offers advertisemt for items to be sold.
Account Executive in Las Vegas, NV
I was in complete charge of all the advertisingWhen I came on-board I was offered 37% commission. It was a big black hole in the ground when I took it over. I not only collect a huge amount of accounts due, I also created a work training program with IT Technical Institute for their graphics department whereas I let the students b build or creat ads and see them in print. That was a rewarding experience. I brought the Recycler Classifieds from zero to making over $50K a month. I was the highest paid employee ABG Marketing had because of my work ethic. Obviously I am money motivated as a salesman. I worked my rear end off and made great money doing it.
Operations / Project Manager in Los Angeles, CA
LOVED IT, best job I ever hadAll the people that worked here were great. Fun times, worked hard but rewarded. My boss was the best ever.
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Recycler Classifieds is an extremely easy to use app that allows users to search from millions of classifieds ads posted every day and also to post directly from the app.
Recycler Classifieds was created as a mobile solution for website recycler.com only to improve the users experience, application behaves like a normal browser and does not collect any information in.
- Post directly from app
- Bookmark/save favorite ads
- Reply, Call, Text directly fromRecycler Classifieds
- Sort results by low/high price
This application provides millions of adverts ordered by categories:
One of the best classifieds advertisement market in world
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
updated feature request
Ratings and Reviews
The app don't even get past the accept or don't accept rules page! Won't open or do anything matter where I tap!!! Very Disappointing! Next time find out and test your app yourself to see if it works so you don't waste other peoples time because you can't even buy that back with money!!! Thanks for less than nothing!!
Stuck on EULA
I can scroll through the EULA but there are no buttons to click on to get past it.
But at least I get to see a bunch of advertisements while I'm stuck on this page!
The worst application I have ever use to look at cars
Don’t waste your time, does not open and doesn’t do anything
The developer, MTPHoldings LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- MTPHoldings LLC
- 14.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © MTPH Software
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The Recycler was first published in July, 1973, under the name E-Z Buy E-Z Sell by Canadians Gunter and Nancy Schaldach after they moved to Los Angeles. They modeled their paper after a similar publication in Vancouver.
The Recycler changed the economics model of private party classified ads: Instead of charging the advertisers to place ads, the Recycler ran the bulk of its classified ads for free, and charged buyers of the newspaper.
It started off as a bi-weekly mimeographed 16-page publication. The intention was to sell the paper for 25 cents, but most of the initial 15,000 copies were given away for free. "At the beginning it was kind of a chicken-egg thing," recalled John Dorman, who joined the operation in 1974. "People would buy it to get access to advertising, but there weren't very many ads. But we had to sell papers to get ads."
The name was changed to the Recycler to capitalize on the popularity of recycling in the early 1970s.
By 1975 the paper became profitable, and started being published weekly. The sale of display ads became an important source of revenue, and the company was able to hire its first full-time salesperson.
By the 1980s the Recycler was published in seven editions covering L.A., the San Fernando Valley, the South Bay, the San Gabriel Valley, Orange County, San Diego and the Inland Empire.
In 1988 the paper was sold from over 6,000 stores, and had a weekly readership of more than 540,000. By then, the company had more than 200 employees, plus another 120 who worked for McDuck Distribution, the distribution arm run by John Dorman. Single copies of the paper retailed for 55 cents to $1.25, depending on the edition. The Recycler brought in around $500,000 a week in circulation revenue, or $26 million a year, not including display ad sales.
A sister publication, Photo Buys Weekly, which featured ads accompanied by a photograph, was started in 1982.
The Recycler classified newspaper helped to launch the careers of many Los Angeles bands including Dead Kennedys, The Bangles, Guns N' Roses, Metallica, Mötley Crüe, and Hole. The company was sold by the Los Angeles Times to Target Media Partners in 2007 is now located in North Hollywood, California. The Recycler was relaunched in 2010 as a website.
James Hetfield responded to an advertisement in the magazine written by Lars Ulrich, founding Metallica.Mick Mars entered Mötley Crüe after Nikki Sixx responded to an advertisement Mick placed in the magazine that read, "Loud, rude, and aggressive guitarist available." (Source: "Mötley Crue: The Dirt- Confessions of the World's Most Notorious Rock Band" by Tommy Lee, Mick Mars, Vince Neil, and Nikki Sixx, with Neil Strauss. Chapter 4, Page 40.) Slash answered an ad in The Recycler to join Guns N' Roses from Izzy Stradlin.Eric Erlandson responded to an advertisement created by Hole frontwoman Courtney Love in 1989: "I want to start a band. My influences are Big Black, Sonic Youth, and Fleetwood Mac."
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