Once your profile is completely setup, you're now ready to post a new listing on Camlist.

You can get creative with this by shooting a video of your pets when they're playing or running around. Try to shoot an attractive video to make your listing stand out!

Buyers on Camlist can find these listings on their feeds and will chat with you directly if they are interested.

Here's how you can post a new listing:


Click on the "+ List" button at the centre of your home screen, and then choose "Post a listing".


You can upload a video from your gallery.

Alternatively, you can shoot a new video. (Remember to make it as creative as possible)


Add the title, description, and your expected price. In the description, you can also add hashtags in order to tag your listing. You may also choose to add photographs of your pet as additional media.

Each listing has to have one main video and can have upto 10 additional photographs.


Add the optional details in the provided section. Even though this section is optional, your listing may receive more interest if this is fully filled out.

Make sure that you also read the Community Guidelines document and agree to the guidelines.

Click on "Post" when done.


Your listing will be approved by our moderators and will be uploaded to the Camlist feed. All your listings will be visible in your "Profile" screen. You will receive a notification once your listing has been approved. In case your listing is rejected, you will receive the reason for rejection in the notification.


Share your listing with friends and family to reach more people.

You can post multiple listings on Camlist, as long as they are not the same video being uploaded. We would suggest that you post no more than 1 video per pet. In case the same video is posted multiple times, the post will not be approved by the moderators.


NOTE: Camlist reserves the right to take down any listing if it goes against the Pet Advertising Rules or the Camlist Community Guidelines, even if the listing may have been approved at an earlier date.

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