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We’ve all got a lot of stuff these days, haven’t we?
 
And while it’s hardly a new idea to bring buyer and seller together, we believe that BiSi.je is the biggest and the best opportunity for private trading in Jersey. With more than 50,000 daily readers - and many thousands of online and social media followers - the Jersey Evening Post is brilliantly placed at the heart of Island life to create a vibrant marketplace.
 
With the pages of the JEP ready and waiting to showcase your sale items - not forgetting the fully searchable online listings - there is no better way for your possessions to find a new home. Or for you to find those new essentials and treats.
 
So put us to the test and get BiSi right now. Who knows what you might find today?
 
A safe & secure site

Rest assured that the JEP team carefully moderates all advertisements before they appear in BiSi, whether it’s in the pages of the Jersey Evening Post or on BiSi.je. The online site is checked regularly, and, if necessary, adverts will be removed by our team should they contravene our guidelines.
 
We also take the issue of scams very seriously – you can read more about taking the right precautions here.

What you can't sell

Alcohol, animals, medicines and drugs, explosives, firearms and weapons.

BiSi acceptability guidelines

BiSi.je is an advertising service for private advertisers and approved trade advertisers only.

BiSi reserves the right to decline, amend or re-classify any advertising submissions that do not meet our standards of acceptance.
Advertisements that contain fraudulent, deceptive or misleading statements or illustrations; attacks of a personal nature; or that are overly competitive or that refer abusively to the goods or services of others will not be accepted.

Offensive to good taste - indecent, vulgar, suggestive or other advertising that, in the opinion of the Jersey Evening Post may be offensive, will also not be accepted neither will advertisements that do not satisfy the code of practice of “legal, decent, honest and true”.

Advertisements should include only standard abbreviations and have correct punctuation. Similar adverts appearing frequently over a period time will be scrutinised to ensure that relevant private or trade rates are being applied.

BiSi reserves the right to exclude classifications deemed unsuitable. A full list of these is available on request.

Do I need to register?

You do need to register to book an advertisement using BiSi. The account management section also allows registered users to view their bookings, repeat previously booked advertisements, make amendments to future classified bookings and make comments. Simply click on Register on the homepage and fill in the form. Once registered, you will be able to start booking advertisements and have access to all options within the account management section (see My Account).

What makes a good advert?

A good advertisement will gain interest by ensuring the headline attracts those in the market for a particular product. It then needs to sell through the use of selling points and benefits (the description). It is important that the advertiser makes it as easy as possible for the reader to respond by including a full telephone number (or mobile number) and email.

It is important to use well-known abbreviations to help the reader understand your advert.

Bookings may require amending once submitted so that they conform to our house style. This may result in a change in the format of your booking so that it meets our style criteria. This does not occur often and we will contact you if we have to make necessary changes

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