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Extreme Profits from eBay Misspellings

Aug 17, 2007
It's a sad fact that a large percentage of eBay sellers are unable to sell their items in a professional manner... and many can't even spell their main keywords! Maybe these poorly listed auctions and misspelled keywords mean nothing to you right now, but believe me, once you have finished reading this article I assure you every time you see one of these auctions you will immediately see the dollar signs in your eyes light up.

Profiting from misspelled keywords and poorly listed items is nothing new in the eBay market place but still many eBay buyers (and sellers) are still oblivious to the potential profits that can be made from these mistakes. And why is this? Because the majority of people who know this technique are not prepared to part with it, not for free anyway. I've bought many an eBook which focused solely on this topic and guess what? I paid top dollar for it. But today that changes, today I am prepared to share this information with you for free, so keep reading if you would like to know this extremely profitable idea.

Firstly, what does this system involve? To put it quite simply, this system involves you buying poorly listed eBay auctions at a fraction of the potential selling price and reselling it at a much greater value. You can buy these products at a fraction of the price because the seller has either poorly represented the product or misspelled the main keywords. It is a known fact that 80% of eBay buyers find the items they are looking to buy by doing a keyword search in the eBay market place. If the keywords are misspelled then the potential buyer won't find your auction and the auction receives fewer bids and a lower selling price. You can then resell this product in a way which represents the product in an excellent light and with correctly spelled keywords and sell it for maximum profits.

That's all well and good but if the buyers can't find the misspelled auctions, how the hell am I supposed to?

This is probably the simplest part of the whole process. All you have to do is use a misspelled keyword research tool for eBay, type in the correctly spelled term and voila, you are directed to an eBay page which contains all the possible misspellings of that keyword.

Once you find a poorly listed item at a severely reduced price, buy it, re-list it and watch as the bidding soars and the profits roll in. Repeat the process and eventually the profits will soar.
About the Author
James Penn is an experienced eBay seller and has helped many successful eBay sellers since launching his website which details the many methods available to make money on eBay. James also prides himself on over-delivering and to prove this he is giving away some of his best selling eBay eBooks for free.
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