GROVE CITY —
1. What is the average cost of a classified ad? Classified ads vary in price, so there is no "average cost" to quote for you. Ads are priced per line, and this cost varies depending upon whether the ad is for an individual or for a commercial business, how many lines your ad takes up, and how many days you would like to run the ad. The best -- and only -- way to determine how much your ad will cost is to either call or come in to the office and have the classified representative type up the ad for you. If your ad comes to a cost that is prohibitive for you, you can work with the representative to reword the ad and thus reduce the number of lines it takes up, or you can opt not to place the ad. Keep in mind that just because we input the ad for you, it doesn't mean it must be published.
Please note Allied News no longer has a classified representative at its office. All Allied News classified ads must go through The Herald's classified department. Payment can be made over the phone with a credit card or you can pay in person at the Allied News office and the payment will be sent to The Herald.
2. What information do you need from me in order to place a classified ad? Prior to placing your ad, you will need to provide the classified representative with your name, address and phone number. This information will not be published or provided to anyone else; it is for our records only. The phone number you give us should be your direct line; you may put another contact number in the text of your ad if you wish.
3. Do I have to pay for my ad up front or can you bill me? All ads must be pre-paid prior to publication. If we do not receive payment prior to the deadlines listed above, your ad will not be published.