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    Question What is the best place to make a Tradelist ??

    I have a tradelist on the Beckett collector pages right now and I would like to switch to something that is such a pain in the to use. I don't want to mess around with a LOT of HTML.. does anyone know of any sites that would be easy to update and are free?

    Thanks a lot

  2. Check out Steel City Collectibles Clearance Center
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    Hi,

    Well...I can tell you I am a complete idiot when it comes to messing around on making sites and such, but i found a site where I was able to put together my site in about an hour.
    I'm not quite sure it is what you are looking for, but it couldn't hurt to take a look!

    www.20megsfree.com

    If you want to see an outlay of what a finished site looks like, just click the link in my sig

    Good luck!

    Peace,
    Rima
    ~COLLECTING specific Chris Brown autos & multi color patches
    ~Collecting Chris Brown, Hakeem Nicks, Stepfan Taylor, Geno Smith and Victor Cruz Auto's

    TRADE LIST:
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    Rima -- thanks for that site

    I need to get going on setting up my own list, as well

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    rhyno13
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    Geocities

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    tripod has this thing called page editor it requires no html at all

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    HIGHLY recommend: freewebs.com --- just got done with my tradelist (mainly hockey, some baseball)

    Check it out, with SCF spam of course!:D
    http://www.freewebs.com/jakeklock0019/

    Let me know what you think

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    the one main catch I've noticed are all the pop up ads

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