Here’s an update to a service we covered last year. Instead of plastering “for sale” fliers on car windshields, you can send digital notices to major Web services like craigslist, eBay, Google Base and others.

Called vFlyer, this service is free and produces beautiful sale fliers. It provides an online template, and you just fill in the details and drop in a photo, if you have one. The result is as professional-looking as if an ad agency had done it. (WeVflyer tried it out with a “for sale” notice for a friend who was selling a car, and the result was as classy as a magazine ad.)

When you have finished your ad, you check off destinations where you want it sent. If you’re selling a house, the service can now upload your flier to the real estate Web sites Zillow and Hotpads as well as OLX and Geebo. The code used to generate these fliers, by the way, can be copied from the vflyer.com site and embedded in any Web site.

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