Ebay Misspelt Words

Posted by Nick Niesen on November 1st, 2010

Ebay is perhaps the world's most widely recognized market place with millions of items being displayed for sale on any given day. These items are in thousands of categories and can be found around the world, with eBay U.S., eBay Canada, eBay United Kingdom and eBay Australia listing items available for sale.

Have you ever wished you could be the only person bidding on some particular item so that you could control the price more readily? If your opening bid was the only bid, don't you think you'd be able to find some bargains on eBay? Well, this exact scenario can happen if you learn how to tap into eBay misspelt words in order to find and be the only person bidding on a particular item.

There is no question that there are many eBay misspelt items. For example, if one wanted to purchase Jaguar automobile parts on eBay, a standard search conducted either on eBay or on the internet would bring results numbering over 7600 items. This may be where you can find the part you need, but what would happen if you were looking for a new Jaguar XJ6 Control Arm Ball Joint Bushing Kit? It wouldn't show up as an item in eBay, because it's actually listed as a 'new Jagaur XJ6 Control Arm Ball Joint Bushing Kit.'

eBay misspelt words can show up for any number of reasons, including carelessness on the part of the seller in describing and listing the item, lack of knowledge about how an item should be spelled, and sometimes the fact that there is more than one accepted spelling for a word. Unfortunately for the seller, the eBay misspelt words in the item listing probably means no sale and wasted listing fees plus time spent in preparing and entering the listing.

If you know about BargainChecker http://www.bargainchecker.com you can use eBay misspelt words to make money. Instead of doing a standard eBay or web search, enter your search term into the tool at BargainChecker instead. BargainChecker will return a list of items where the word which you entered into the search box was spelled incorrectly. From this point, what you do is up to you. For instance, you can find the bargains among the eBay misspelt words and place a low opening bid on the item. Unless some other bidder stumbles across the same item and bids on it, you've won the bid.

You now own an item which is heavily discounted even below the typical eBay prices. You can enjoy your new possession, give it to someone as a lovely yet inexpensive gift, or turn around and resell the item at a profit.

You can also use BargainChecker to determine common misspellings of search terms so that you can take advantage of misspellings in Pay per click campaigns. For example, if you could capture sales revenue from people who searched for a "bargin" instead of a "bargain" you might find yourself with a tidy little income, just on that phrase alone.

Of course, not every misspelled eBay item listing is going to result in bargain basement prices, but it certainly happens often enough that you can take advantage of the poor spellers in order to gain income.

BargainChecker is a free tool which is linked to eBay. You can use it to generate income and won't have to pay a penny to anyone for using it. BargainChecker is easy to use. You can use its features even if you can't spell the word correctly. Why not begin taking advantage of its features today to find a one-of-a-kind bargain and transform the bargain into real revenue .

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