It seems almost anyone these days has a wild and wacky Craigslist story or three to share.
So, naturally, why not put those people -- and their stories -- in front of a camera?
Craigslist CEO and PR head Susan MacTavish Best have teamed up with directors Drew Brown and John Chester to produce Craigslist TV, a YouTube channel devoted to stories about the site's users.
The production and reality show format are actually pretty slick, and located in Los Angeles -- where there are no shortage of people looking to be in front of a camera. 24 Hours on Craigslist, a documentary produced in 2005, was set in Craigslist's hometown of San Francisco.
It's an engaging show, and great advertising. Interested users apparently click a button to submit their advertisement for consideration.
And don't worry, all the episodes so far are rated PG-13 -- as much as you might prefer to watch some casual encounters or adult services exchanges.