Geebo

  • Geebo is not for naught, despite what Forbes may say

    … Geebo is not for naught, despite what Forbes may say Recently, Forbes.com published a blog post about startup classifieds apps LetGo and OfferUp and how one of them may be the latest craigslist killer. By that we mean a proverbial David taking on the Goliath of cragslist, and not one of the 100+ murderers that have used craigslist to find…

    Greg's Corner- 19 readers -
  • G-Rated Classifieds do work

    … sites decided they wanted to make money on the sexual trafficking of others, Geebo has refused to sink to that level. Geebo CEO Greg Collier even decided to remove the personal ads from the site since the personal sections of too many other sites have become the personal stalking grounds of sexual predators and another avenue for online sex…

    Greg's Corner- 17 readers -
  • Sometimes, Moving Slow Can Help a Business Grow

    … in the community takes resources (read: staff), money and, most importantly, patience. When I started Geebo, there were no online marketplaces – and certainly no national networks of marketplaces – so the best approach was still anyone’s guess. Instead of trying to build a site that focused on categories – such as cars or real estate for sale – I…

    Greg Collier/ Greg's Corner- 10 readers -
  • Note to Washington: Don’t Play Chicken with US

    … I usually try to keep my politics out of my business decisions – but after the Great Government Shutdown of 2013, I think it’s time to speak up. You see, when it comes to running my business, I am neither Republican or Democratic. I make decisions about how to run my business based on things like market demands, competitive forces and industry…

    Greg Collier/ Greg's Corner- 9 readers -