Nashville-based users of Craigslist use the site to list items for sale, property for rent or purchase, offers of services, local community discussion, personals, jobs, and resumes. Prohibited items include weapons, ammunition, drugs, government documents and solicitation for participation in affiliate marketing schemes.Continue Reading
Craigslist operates one of the most comprehensive classifieds listing websites in the U.S. Nashville, Tennessee is a midtraffic city for the site, accounting for 0.06 percent of its total traffic, according to Craigslist Posting Service. The Web service operates mirror sites in most major cities in the world, offering users a standardized experience whether they access Craigslist from Nashville, San Francisco or any other city.
Similarly, the rules concerning what users can post on Craigslist are the same throughout all of the U.S. cities in which the site operates. Craigslist abides by local and state laws, which can change from one city to another. The site largely relies on its user base to flag inappropriate or illegal posts and then assigns moderators to determine whether the listing should be deleted or kept on the site. Craigslist offers its users no guarantee concerning the quality or legality of the items and services offered but provides a lengthy tutorial on recognizing scams and criminal activity.Learn more about Advertising