Offers Free eBay Searching Every Half Hour for Users’ Saved Favorites

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A new free service was launched August 1st at which allows eBay users to save searches for their favorite items, which are checked in thirty minute intervals – more often than competitors and eBay’s own “favorite search” option.

In today’s world where instant gratification isn’t just appreciated but expected, especially when it comes to the Internet, eBay shoppers are bound to realize the value of the brand new free eBay monitoring service launched at on August 1st. The new service allows eBay users to save searches for their favorite products, and have them notified of new additions automatically every thirty minutes, more often than eBay’s own “favorite search” option.

In order to use’s eBay searching service, users simply need to register on the site for a free account, using a simple form only asking them for their name and email address. No other personal information, including the visitor’s eBay ID, is collected. Shoppers then enter their search terms that they would like checked every half hour, and results are emailed to them as products matching their favorites are added to eBay listings.

The unique feature of the service is the frequency of the eBay searches. At every half hour, even the most obsessed shopper can rest easy knowing they won’t miss out on a new listing, as they might even if they had used eBay’s own “favorite search” feature, which only checks for new items once daily. In addition to the frequency, allows users to customize their searches in further detail by providing options to search within set distances from any zip code or within specific price ranges.

About is a free search function available for eBay shoppers to save searches for their favorite items, where they are then notified of new product additions matching their favorites every thirty minutes. bayMonitor was launched on August 1, 2006 as an eBay search tool for even the most hardcore eBay shopper.

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