Craigslist TV is the site's own video channel, highlighting real people who post on Craigslist. Here's one of the episodes. Guys, check it out if you need dating advice.
2. Ask and Answer Questions in Forums
In Craigslist's discussion forums, you can ask questions from how to fix your Apple product to how to cure your insomnia. There's no guarantee that the people answering your questions are right (be wary), but there is a rating system that can help bring the best topics to the top.
4. Apply for Charitable Grants
The charitable arm of Craigslist offers grants to 501(c)3 non-profits and sponsored organizations working in social justice, human rights, journalism and other areas.
6. Post Your Resume
You already knew that you could find jobs on Craigslist, but did you know that jobs could find you? The "resumes" section at the bottom right of the homepage lets you post your credentials, helping you find more opportunities.
7. Barter Instead of Buy
Craigslist's bartering page lets you trade the stuff you don't want for the stuff you do.
8. Make Quick Cash From Odd Jobs
The "Gigs" section allows you to peruse extremely temporary jobs, from cleaning someone's house to designing someone's website.