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EstateSalesNews.com has written hundreds of articles about estate sale information, estate sales, and a variety of topics related to the liquidation business. We have featured a selection of guest authors too.
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It can appear a daunting task. If you know where you are going to move to, or simply want to lighten the amount of items packed away from your basement to your attic, or in closets or cupboards this will help in your decision making process. Making a list of what you want to accomplish is a good place to start.
If there are broken or damaged items they should be the easiest to dispose of.
Searching for help with estate sales and the estate liquidation process is challenging.
Google is the main search engine used along with Bing, AOL.com, Yahoo, and dogpile.com to name some of the better known ones.
Deciding what specifically you want to search for is best when requesting the information. Are you looking for estate sales, estate sale companies, what is an estate sale, learning about the estate sale process, and estate sale contracts are some of the most popular searches. We use Google Analytics to keep us informed on what searches are being conducted.
Google along with the other search engines mentioned, decides your website placement on their front page by the number of clicks or searches requested. The top of a search engine page is reserved for companies paying to advertise their company. You can usually tell by the small “Ad” next to the top of the result, or sometimes you will notice the top company appears on a light, slightly colored background. Google uses both.