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Need An Auction Bargain Finder? Get An Automated Finder For Misspelled Auction Bargains

Jan 28, 2008
There is a small army of bargain hunters (and finders) who patiently wade through thousands of online auctions, looking for misspelled auction titles. They do this because, more often than not, misspellings don't get much in the way of buyer traffic. That means that these items can go for a fraction of the price they normally would, since few people bid on them. Smart buyers who know this can clean up on auction sites, either to get what they want for personal use at a bargain price or to resell the stuff right back on the same website (with the listing spelled correctly).

Okay, you're one of those people who just has to find all the hidden treasures online. You hunt through eBay and other websites, looking for the auction listings that others just don't find because the seller goofed and misspelled it. Or, maybe you're not. It never occurred to you that really valuable items might go for a mere fraction of their value because too few people actually found the listing. Want to pay pennies on the dollar for a "dimond ring"?

All you have to do is patiently go through each and every auction website and type in all the misspellings of words you think might apply to the item you want. Then rinse and repeat. This is a great strategy if you plan to live forever and love slogging through tens of thousands of auctions.

To improve your use of time (and chances of finding those great deals), you could go online and use some of the free tools available for finding misspellings on eBay auctions. That'll give you thousands of items to choose from. Yeah, you and the thousands of other savvy bargain-hunters that are using the exact same website to do what you're doing.

Wouldn't it be great to have a way to search out the misspelled auction listing bargains automatically, beyond just the main eBay site? After all, eBay Express, half.com, uBid and Amazon all have these listings, too. Why limit yourself to just one venue? Oh, yeah, there's only 24 hours in a day.

Do yourself a favor - find a way to automate the whole process. After all, that's what these computers we use can do best; automate the chores we don't want to do by hand. Make sure you can search more than just eBay's main auction listings for bargains. Build in a sophisticated misspellings function that you can turn on or off at will.
Add in tons of other features that help you get what you want.

Wait, let me guess - you're not a programming superstar who can whip this out in half a day, right? Then there's only one thing left for you to do - hunt around and find out if there's a solution to this problem. Search the Internet for a tool or some software that does all this and won't cost you an arm and a leg. Even better, see if it's free. Sound like wishful thinking? Think again...
About the Author
Michael Morris is a clever fellow who just happens to offer the automated software you need to snap up those misspelled auction items you crave. Want to grab a copy of it for free? Jump on over to the Auction Bargain Finder website RIGHT NOW and get yourself a bunch of free bonuses, too! Do it quickly, before he comes to his senses and starts charging for it!
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