mind-blowing facts about Craigslist

Craigslist is one of the world’s most popular websites. It is ranked as the 145th most popular website, and it has an Alexa rank of 71.

Craigslist was originally created by Craig Newmark in 1995 with only 4 categories to choose from: jobs, personals, for sale/trade, and discussion forums. Today there are over 70 different categories that cover everything you could imagine including cars, housing, pets, and more!

Craigslist gets more visitors than Netflix

Craigslist is a website where you can buy and sell anything from furniture to cars. It has been around since 1995, but despite having essentially no advertising or promotion it consistently ranks in the top 20 websites of all time for US ranking by Similar Web with an average of 16 million page views per month as recently reported on November 15th, 2017 according to this article by The NextWeb who say “Craigslist Beats Netflix And Zillow In rankings”

Craigslist would be one of the most deadly cities in the United States if it were a city

In an effort to make it easier than ever for people in your area to find what they are looking for, Craigslist has been ground zero of 128 murders since the site started accepting classified ads.

This is a blog that tracks every incident and this time around there have already been over 40 reported cases involving firearm thefts or homicides using rifles as their primary weapon – not including suicides! So if you’re trying to buy Sony headphones don’t forget about safety; exercise caution when buying from strangers on any platform (if possible).

The passage above provides information regarding various crimes committed at craigslist through its history with listings such as “Craigslist killings” which documents instances where law enforcement was called upon due.

The statistics are grim and macabre: There have been shootings, stabbings, and strangulations; some clearly premeditated while others seem related to the theft of passions.

And in at least one case where Natalie Bollinger placed an ad on Craigslist asking for someone to kill her 19-year-old self due to depression she began receiving from recent events, Joseph Lopez was charged with homicide after killing the woman mere hours later. He had 48 years sentence.

In conclusion, there is always something happening somewhere but it isn’t solely doomed because humans share this planet together as a family!

The corporate structure of Craigslist is based on a psychological notion known as Dunbar’s number

Craig Newmark, the inventor of Craigslist, has been candid about his lack of social skills, organizational ability, and business acumen.

In part that’s why he decided to keep Craigslist small in comparison with other organizations because there is a limit on how many people one can maintain stable relationships with at any given time according to Dunbar number theory which suggests an upper cognitive threshold for networks size.

The psychologist fax controversial Bruce Cook wrote, “Noam Chomsky once said ‘the human capacity to understand the language … exceeds by far what we need'”. This quote could apply not only when talking about knowledge vs experience but also between friends/family members who care deeply about each other.

The number 50 is a chosen numeral for Craigslist. This makes it seem like the company has some sort of low-key affiliation with England, whose population tops 60 million people but only employs about half as many Americans than would be expected given its size; an average household in Great Britain consists at most two adults and one kid each while families there require three memberships on accountants’ scales – not including all those cats that need homes!

So maybe this ties into Robin Dunbar’s theory about us needing 150 close friends instead…

Craig Newmark, the inventor of Craigslist, is a major philanthropist in the United States

Newmark is a generous benefactor of the philanthropic world. His donations have reached $143 million in 2018, and he ranks 11th on this list compiled by The Chronicle Of Philanthropy last year.

just ahead of Bill Gates who donated more than 60 times that amount despite having net worth six times less at about 1/10th what Newmarck has amassed over his lifetime so far as one among America’s 50 top donors to charity.