How to use the eBay MisSpell Search Engine

July 20th, 2010 by admin

When a seller lists an item for sale on eBay, the eBay directory stores that item by the auction title. If the seller misspells or creates a typo in the auction title, guess what happens… no one can find the auction listing. Right now there are literally 1,000’s of misspelled or typo’ed auction listings on eBay that will either go unsold or for very little money.BidDetective’s eBay MisSpell Search Engine takes your keyword and then performs a complete search of eBay’s auctions for the various misspellings of your keyword. The results will open a new eBay auction window for you ready to place a bid. you can even filter your search to get exactly the results you want, but more on that in one minute.Safe, secure, free from spyware and computer viruses, nothing to download or install, and best of all – it’s FREE! BidDetective’s eBay MisSpell Search Engine is also simple to use. Let’s try it right now and I will walk you through the steps to saving money on eBay auctions.Click here to open the MisSpell Search Engine. Don’t worry; this link will open in a new window so you can continue reading here while performing your search in the new page.Step 1: The very first open white line (top) is where you will enter your search keywords.Step 2: Click on this line with your mouse and type in the correct spelling of your search term. The search engine will return better results for if you only enter one word at time. For my example, I will search for a Sony Playstation.Step 3: Click the “SEARCH” button located in the bottom left hand corner. That’s it.Once you click search, a new web page will automatically open from eBay’s safe and secure website displaying all of the misspelled auction bargains ready for you to bid. It always amazes me how many misspelled auctions there are… can you imagine 124 misspelled playstation games, systems, accessories, etc. at the time of this search. you could even buy these and re-list them correctly to make extra money!The eBay MisSpell Search Engine can also perform a narrow targeted search to locate those hard-to-find misspelled auction bargains. Here are some of the specific search options:If you only want to search for your item – without searching the typos or misspelled eBay listings, then click on the box next to “Without misspell”Would you like to search an eBay auction site other than the United States? Bid Detective’s eBay MisSpell Search Engine can also search the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Belgium-Fr or Belgium-NL, Hong Kong, or India eBay auctions. It’s easy, just click on the down arrow next to “United States” and move your mouse to select the country site you do want to search.Similar to eBay’s more advanced search options, you can also decide if you want to limit or filter your search to auctions. Simply click on the box in front of each filter to limit your results.Choose if you want to limit your search to auctions ending within 1, 2, 5, or 12 hours.Limit your search to PayPal only auctions.Expand your eBay MisSpell search to include the auctions’ title and description fields.decide if you want to exclude certain words or terms to narrow your results.decide if you want to “Include Original Word” in your search can even set your search criteria to include minimum and maximum Bid Prices or Auction Prices.After you have set your search filters and you are ready for to perform a misspelled auction search, click on the “SEARCH” button in the lower left-hand corner.If you have any questions or suggestions with the eBay MisSpell Search Engine, please leave a comment below and I will try to answer all of your questions as soon as possible. Share and enjoy: