Use Adhuntr to Find Jobs on Craigslist

Updated on: by Amy Kennedy

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I spend a great amount of time finding work at home job leads. I have several resources I turn to on a daily basis to find the best of the best. Over the years I have been a bit biased against Craigslist ads. There are so many spammy/scammy listings and let’s face it- downright deadly at times! However, after using AdHuntr (previously known as ‘AllofCraigs’) to search Craigslist I have torn my wall down a little. Visiting AdHuntr is now a part of my daily routine.

Why have my feelings about Craigslist Ads changed?

I am seeing many legitimate companies choosing Craigslist to post their job ads. I am also seeing many spammers using expensive sites like Monster Jobs to post their ugly ads. Scammers are everywhere! With a little common sense Craigslist is actually a great place to find work you can do from home.

Also, with sites like AdHuntr you can easily search All of Craigslist. Without AdHuntr you basically have to visit Craigslist of difference cities and search- over and over. You could be missing the perfect home based job for you. But AdHuntr makes it easy- just search through them and it checks every city of Craigslist!

How to Use AdHuntr to find a Work at Home Job

The following is my method: Feel free to use it  lol

Visit AdHuntr and type ‘Telecommute’ into the search box.

Now you are seeing any job listing that has the word Telecommute in them. Fortunately a standard questions asked when listing on Craigslist is if Telecommuting is okay so almost all of the work at home based jobs will say “telecommute” in them! Just keep in mind that not all remote based jobs are offered to everyone. It may still be location specific.

Narrow your search down a bit by using the Advanced feature. You can add keywords, tell it what words to exclude and filter it so you only see job listings.

How to be Smart about Finding Jobs on Craigslist- My RULES!

No matter how desperate you are- do not ever stray away from these rules!

Safety First– Never-Ever Visit someone’s residence

Research every company and client to the best of your ability

Security- Do not share your personal information if you are not comfortable or have a nagging feeling that something is not right (Trust your Guts)

Share your bad experiences online. If more people do- then together we can prevent flaky clients!

Other Classified Searches You Can Use

There are other classified search platforms similar to Adhuntr that you can use search for jobs on Craigslist. For instance:

1. SearchTempest

SearchTempest is a powerful classified search engine that enables you to search multiple online classified websites, including Craigslist, in one place. It provides advanced search options and customizable filters to help you find job listings based on location, keywords, and other criteria.

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2. Craigslist Search

Craigslist Search is a specialized platform designed to search for job listings on Craigslist. It allows you to narrow down your search by specifying location, job category, and keywords. The platform provides a simple and efficient way to browse Craigslist job postings.

3. Craigslist Reader

Craigslist Reader is a user-friendly platform that allows you to search for jobs on Craigslist based on location and category. It provides an intuitive interface for browsing job listings and offers additional features such as saved searches, notifications, and the ability to bookmark listings for future reference.

4. Craigslist Job Search

Craigslist Job Search is a mobile app available for both iOS and Android devices. It offers a convenient way to search for jobs on Craigslist, allowing you to customize your search based on location, category, and keywords. The app provides a user-friendly interface for browsing and applying to job listings on the go.

5. ZoomTheList

ZoomTheList is a classified search engine that covers multiple platforms, including Craigslist, to help you find job listings. It allows you to search by location, category, and keywords. The platform provides an organized view of search results, making it easier to browse and find relevant job opportunities.

New Feature of AdHuntr!

Now AdHuntr not only searches Craigslist but will also search the entire web!! How GREAT is this! I have not have time to play around with this new feature but I am so excited to! You can find it when you visit and look below the search box for ‘Job Search’.

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July 9, 2012 at 5:34 pm

I love love Adhuntr! It makes finding leads so much easier. And, as you said, I am seeing more and more legit companies post their ads on Craigslist.


July 10, 2012 at 7:54 am

had no clue such a tool existed. I too pretty much stayed away from CL due to the scams and shams folks have out here. This give me hope that possibly you can find the real deal on CL. Great suggestion and find.

Miranda Grimm

July 10, 2012 at 1:54 pm

I agree! I had heard of it a long time ago but forgot what it was until Anna mentioned it on her blog. I love it!!

Tina G

July 17, 2012 at 10:20 am

I was wondering in order to open up a work from home business Like call center or Liveops or any customer service. do you have to have a landline telephone? I would love to work from home I have triplets that will love for me to stay at home.