Dave promises on its website that it could "find all the hot spots on eBay in minutes." Well, it may take a little more "minutes", but I created lists of products incredibly fast. I will say, it took me several tries to get the hang of the software, but after playing around with it moving like a pro. I have no doubt that anyone, regardless of experience, you can use your Hot Item Finder full potential and know exactly what to sell and what to avoid. I think the filtering feature is what really makes Hot Item Finder powerful. Frankly, you can find the same information on eBay, but can be very tedious and labor intensive. Just being able to filter the items based on the bids and the sale price is a huge time saver. This software tells you what is selling, how and what people are willing to tender. In a question-answer forum Charles Schwab was the first to reply.
Marketing intelligence is fantastic. I used it to auction of 18 items. The 18 are sold with double-digit offers and closes in 5% of my price range. I was hooked. An improvement I think you can do, however, is somehow the starting price list, along with the bid closing.
Thus, as a seller can quickly see how effective some trading strategies are more than others. But who is capricious? Finding the right products to sell on eBay is obviously crucial for success. Sifting through thousands of eBay auctions to find a few winners can be overwhelming and possibly discouraging. Hot Item Finder do the work in the proverbial "piece of cake" – and does so with style. You can check out by going to In general, I have to say that Hot Item Finder is an absolute MUST GET. Hopefully one day, Dave will realize a way to make Hot Item Finder even more explosive any way, including other auction sites such as auctions, Yahoo Auctions and Amazon. Until then, Hot Item Finder is most relevant to the law. Chris Custer is a freelance writer and editor of the eAuction Gazette, a newsletter that offers tips and techniques for successful auction sales. Subscribe to go am