Guide to Category and Region Changes on the New Junk Mail Website

By now most of you reading this post have realized that the new Junk Mail website was launched on last week Wednesday (the 25th of July 2012). The Junk Mail website (as well as the Junk Mail blog) now sports a fresh look and feel, and some new features (like user accounts and advert management) that have also been introduced for an improved user experience.

Today we’re focusing on some category and region changes that have been implemented on the new Junk Mail website over the last week. We trust that you will find this information useful and that it will enhance your experience on the new Junk Mail website.

No new categories have been added, but there have been quite a few name changes on categories. Descriptions have been changed. You are now able to choose the category for the item that you’re advertising more easily, and if you’re browsing the Junk Mail website you should find your way to the item that you’re looking to buy with less effort than before.

Take note of the following category changes on Junk Mail:

We trust that you find these category name changes useful. It’s more descriptive for the Junk Mail user who’s looking to buy and item and it also beneficial to the advertise who wants his item advertised in the correct category.

More great news for regular users of Junk Mail is that all 9 South African provinces are now represented on the Junk Mail website. You can access the regions by either selecting them in the search bar (on the top of each page on the website) when you’re searching for an item or browsing via the region icon (which is also on top of each page on the website). See the screenshot below for locations of these region changing options on the Junk Mail website.

Residents in Gauteng, the Western Cape, Kwazulu-Natal, the Eastern Cape, the Free State, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, the Northern Cape and North West will now be able to browse for classifieds on their province. Once you are browsing your province’s classifieds you can actually filter through the search results to your town in the province via the facets on the left hand side. Besides this there are also shortcuts for classifieds in South Africa’s four biggest cities: Johannesburg,Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town.

We hope that this information enhances your experience on the new Junk Mail website. Feel free to check out the Junk Mail Help site for more information about the new site. If you experience any problems with our new site, feel free to contact our Webmaster via webmaster@junkmail.co.za or telephonically on 012-3423840 x2807 (during office hours). Feedback regarding the new Junk Mail website is welcome as well.

Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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