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Now for the Top 3 secret tips for using PicClick to find things 10x faster:

Zoom & Full screen - PicClick will show as many thumbnails as it can to fill your entire monitor. So if you maximize your window, you can scan hundreds of eBay items at 1 time. Plus you can use the slider on the top right to zoom in and out and make the thumbnails larger or smaller.

Sorting - Using sorting on the top left is very important for finding things. If I'm just doing general searches, sorting by "Best Match" is best. If I am tracking an item daily and looking for new auctions, sort by "Newly Listed". When I am scanning for good deals people missed, I sort by "Lowest Price" or "Ending Soon".

RSS feeds - This a bit techie, but RSS feeds are a huge time saver. PicClick creates RSS feeds for any query or filter. This is great for keeping track of specific things you want to check daily. In most new web browsers you can click the RSS button in the toolbar to see the RSS feed. Then you can grab that feed and subscribe to it using an RSS reader or using your email program. If you don't know what RSS is, don't worry about it, but if you do you'll know how this can be a huge time saver.

Finally here are some Top sections on PicClick to help you get started:

Antiquarian & Collectible Books
Used Cars for sale
Clothes, Shoes and Accessories
Pottery and Glass

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