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You don't need to have an account on craigslist to view items for sale, jobs being offered or any of the other categories ...
listed. You can even post on craigslist without having an account. However, an account makes it easy to track your craigslist listings and offers some other benefits too.
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Well you don’t need to create an account on Craigslist to browse listings or even to post a free listing. You should create one if you plan on posting a lot of things so you can manage your account better. It’s easy to do.
You can then go into your settings and save your area as a default page you’ll see when you log in to Craigslist. And choose how long you wish to stay logged in for. Make sure you click on Change to make your changes take effect. Now, when you finally decide to post something Craigslist like a piece of furniture or your old car, you’ll be able to easily manage all of your items within your account.
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