Hi, This is a condensed tutorial of one I published on squidoo recently about using an RSS feed from Ebay to provide very highly refineded search results which include an affiliate code. You can find the full tutorial here - Ebay RSS Feeds *Having signed up with Commission Junction who will handle the reporting and payment of your clicks and sales, set up a Publisher ID, (PID) for the feed or page you will be publishing. This will allow you to track sales to that feed or page. *go to ebay's advanced search, here on the first page of setting your search criteria you can add your PID so that it is embedded in the RSS feed of subsequent search refinements. Do make sure you actually set a search term here or no RSS feed button will be visible. *Refine your search. You can do this by selecting from a multitude of options, getting the display to show highest or lowest price first, ending soonest or newly listed. Also, by refining using the search options showing on the left you can select whether new or used items are shown. Also if the items have specifics listed on ebay you can refine it much further. Such as showing only size 10 boots in a certain colour, or lenses for a particular camera. *Once you have the search results you are happy with you can then grab the RSS feed. This is visible in the lower tool bar. Copy this link location and paste into whereever you wish to display the feed. The original tutorial has a greater depth of information, screen shots and examples to guide you through the process. Ebay RSS Feed Tutorial A couple of places I use this type of feed is on my squidoo lenses, as well as on Blogger. I would be interested to hear where others choose to place Feeds from ebay so please do add any good resources or social networks that permit the hosting of RSS feeds. I hope others will find this useful.