How to share Junk Mail / CapeAds adverts on Facebook

Do your family and friends know your are advertising something at Junk Mail? Tell them on Facebook and sell your item faster!

 Did you know you can share Junk Mail adverts on Facebook? If your share a Junk Mail advert on your Facebook profile, it will be visible in your Facebook News Feed. All your Facebook friends will see the advert you just shared in their Facebook News Feeds. If you have an advert currently running on our website this will ensure exposure to all your Facebook friends.

Follow these 3 easy steps to share your advert:

Go to your advert or any advert that you want to share on the Junk Mail website

Facebook Sharing

Move your mouse pointer over the share button and click on Facebook. It will open up a new tab / window in your internet browser.

And then sign in to your Facebook account (if you are not signed in already) and click the share button on the bottom of the page.

Facebook Sharing

If you found an interesting advert on the Junk Mail website and shared it on Facebook, it’s a nice way to let your friends know what you found on the Junk Mail website.

This video explains step by step how to share adverts via Facebook:

For those of you who didn’t know, Facebook is a social networking website which was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. Since allowing anyone to join in 2006 the website has grown incredibly and now has more than 400 million users worldwide. It’s one of the most successful websites in the world today. According to figures released earlier in 2010 there are 2.6 million monthly South African Facebook users, 46% of active users return to the Facebook website daily and over 1.5 million South African Facebook users access the site via their mobile phones.

For regular updates about Junk Mail, click on the “like” button on one of the following Facebook fan pages:

Feedback on this post is appreciated. If you have problems sharing adverts via Facebook, please e-mail us your query @

Henno Kruger

Digital Marketing Campaign Coordinator at Junk Mail Publishing.

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