ORDER YOUR OWN WEBSITE FROM YAHOO - THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO SELL YOUR OWN PIANO

SELLING YOUR PIANO?

You can make up a web page, run your own ads and list your piano for sale on all of the Search Engines services such a You Tube, Twitter, Face book, My Space and so on. You will be able to list your piano for sale with a simple one or two line ad in your local newspaper classified section. 

The advantages are: web sites are visually easier to access than print ads; you can write a much more detailed description; you can have a much larger audience; you can include photographs of your piano; and the people looking at these ads are looking specifically at pianos as opposed to a other merchandise in the section. If you do run a classified - simply list your URL because everyone knows how to open a dot com.

People want to know about where the piano is located, where it has been, see it, hear it and play it in its present environment.  They want to know how well it was cared for and that  that it hasn't been moved around or used in a bar or a school. The Bluebook of Pianos information resources will help you to find the age, type, history of your piano manufacturer, and an idea about the quality.

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