What's an RSS feed?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "RDF Site
Summary" depending on who you ask. Simply put, it's a way for news
sites to share lists of their current articles and headlines. If
you've been to any of a number of "portal" sites that provide news
and headline summaries from many other sources, you've seen RSS in
There are several sites that will aggregate RSS feeds for you
into a custom page with exactly the news you want
There are also standalone desktop applications, both free and
commercial, that will perform the same function, available for
Windows, MacOS, Linux, and other platforms. Search your favorite
search engine for "RSS aggregator" or "RSS syndication" for more
We offer RSS feeds so that our users can embed a little piece of
craigslist into their personal blog or home page, or watch the
best-of postings come rolling into their desktop news aggregator.
Look for this symbol at the bottom of each of our listings pages:
craigslist RSS feeds are for your personal use only, and are not
available for commercial use without first obtaining a license from
for more information on using craigslist RSS feeds.
Here are a few samples:
We do have RSS feed for every State and Every
city in the site...
If you want to add this rss feed to your site
or to your desktop, please go into categories and find the rss icon
on the upper right hand corner and click on it and copy and paste
the link where ever you want to use it