Thursday, April 13, 2006
List of free web based Auction tools
I have been doing some surfing again and found a number of web based auction tools ..
I havn't had time to review them all ....That is where you come in ...please check some out and leave your comments for others in the comments section below ...
Offers searching, bidding, and auction alerts. Includes misspelling search, accessory filter, and "shadow" feature to find items that others are bidding on.
Interactive eBay search tool with advanced search options, breakdown by category, and illustration of item location on a US map
Searches across multiple auction sites. Includes cross-site watchlist and optional public wish list
Free website which searches eBay for typing and spelling errors, based on a single search wo
Flash-based eBay searcher with results in list, gallery and map formats
DealClosetAuction Search and Alerts
Searches across auction sites. Includes option to receive an email notification when a new auction is found matching keyword, price, and time remaining criteria
eBay Google Maps Mashup
Search eBay through Google Maps. This free site will try to guess your zip code and then find items close to you
Internet Bargain Center
Search or browse items on eBay, filtered to your local area
ItemScout is a hosted service which searches eBay.com for new auctions matching your serach terms, at the frequency of your choice - from every 5 minutes to 24 hours, and emails you the results.
MyBaboon searches across auction sites for the search terms you specify, emailing the results to you when new items are found or at a specified interval
MyBuyerIQ aims to help buyers find bargains on eBay by finding items that are posted in the wrong category, have spelling errors in the title, do not have a gallery picture, end at inconvenient times, or have no bids
eBay search with "clustering" technology, which finds common topics to group search results under.
Now that lot should keep you gainfully occupied for an hour or two :-)
I picked these sites up from another great site called Auctionsoftwarereview.com.... another site for you to take a look at
Posted by Rob. at 4:05 PM