Snarfware, RSS for eBay and Craigs’ List buyers and sellers

I should ask my ex to try this out: Snarfware.

Looks like a great way to track your sales on eBay and Craigs’ List. I don’t do much selling on either of those, though, so it’s hard for me to judge whether this is useful.

Anyone else try this?

6 thoughts on “Snarfware, RSS for eBay and Craigs’ List buyers and sellers

  1. tried at least ten readers until i found snarfer. no need to look further. best kept secret on the internet. won’t be long until google or yahoo buy it and screw it up.

  2. tried at least ten readers until i found snarfer. no need to look further. best kept secret on the internet. won’t be long until google or yahoo buy it and screw it up.

  3. Yes, I use it everyday. Sometimes, when it is a seach I have to do often (completed graflex super d ), I create the search in eBay, and then use the RSS link provided by eBay in Snarfer. Why? because it is soooo fast. eBay is really getting into RSS, but doesn’t provide a way to save searches. However when they do, I am sure they will still be too slow.

  4. Yes, I use it everyday. Sometimes, when it is a seach I have to do often (completed graflex super d ), I create the search in eBay, and then use the RSS link provided by eBay in Snarfer. Why? because it is soooo fast. eBay is really getting into RSS, but doesn’t provide a way to save searches. However when they do, I am sure they will still be too slow.

  5. I have tried it and it rocks! It provides a very fast way of searching for items or information via RSS (eBay, Craigslist, Blogdigger, IceRocket etc). The multi city search capability of Craigslist is great. Also, it is great overall feed aggregator/reader.

  6. I have tried it and it rocks! It provides a very fast way of searching for items or information via RSS (eBay, Craigslist, Blogdigger, IceRocket etc). The multi city search capability of Craigslist is great. Also, it is great overall feed aggregator/reader.

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