Find hundreds of profitable eBay misspellings. With fewer bids, they sell for less
Every single day thousands of eBay auctions fail to sell because they contain eBay misspellings and so can't be found using eBay own search tools. To uncover these eBay misspellings you'll need to use a specialist eBay misspelling search tools such as Missing-Auctions.com (more about eBay misspelling) here. All of these potential eBay bargains are just waiting to be discovered (and bought) by you. To get started, try any of the following searches: Abercrombie, Nintendo, Playstation or Motorola.
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Learn more about eBay misspellings
Unlikely though it seems, many eBay sellers fail to carefully check their eBay listings for misspellings before they submit them to eBay. Because of this carelessness many items contain misspellings either in the auction title, the description or sometimes even in both! These eBay misspellings are not deliberate but are simply due to a lack of attention to detail. Because of these misspellings, auctions containing eBay misspellings won't be shown to users searching for the correct spelling of the word.
This is because the built-in eBay search tools only look for correct spellings of the words that the user enters not misspellings (with a few notable exceptions). As a result, without using an eBay misspelling search tool like Missing-Auctions.com, the only way to find these eBay misspellings is to browse through the categories one auction at a time. This is something which is tedious to say the least !
As you can no doubt appreciate, since these eBay misspellings are hard to find they usually attract less views and with less views comes fewer bids which means lower prices for these items! In many cases, eBay auctions containing misspellings often fail to sell at all. Consequently these eBay misspellings cost the sellers money but mean that the buyer (YOU!) can save money by picking up these eBay bargains. Not surprisingly a few clever people earn a living using sites such as this one to find auctions containing eBay misspellings which they then relist correctly. Such items, when relisted without spelling mistakes, sell for a higher price netting the seller a nice profit.
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