eBay Arbitrage: How to Profit Big Time from Other Peoples Spelling Mistakes on eBay Avril Harper

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Published: August 23rd 2014

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eBay Arbitrage: How to Profit Big Time from Other Peoples Spelling Mistakes on eBay  by  Avril Harper

eBay Arbitrage: How to Profit Big Time from Other Peoples Spelling Mistakes on eBay by Avril Harper
August 23rd 2014 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 21 pages | ISBN: | 8.54 Mb

EBAY ARBITRAGE: HOW TO PROFIT BIG TIME FROM OTHER PEOPLES SPELLING MISTAKES ON EBAYSpelling Mistakes! They make your eBay listings look unprofessional and they prevent your titles appearing in searches for the correct spelling of whatever importantMoreEBAY ARBITRAGE: HOW TO PROFIT BIG TIME FROM OTHER PEOPLES SPELLING MISTAKES ON EBAYSpelling Mistakes!

They make your eBay listings look unprofessional and they prevent your titles appearing in searches for the correct spelling of whatever important word you’ve just misspelled.Spelling mistakes are bad news on eBay if the spelling mistake is your own and no one finds your listing because what potential buyers key into search engines doesn’t match words used to describe your products.Not so, however, where you are the buyer of an item with an error that’s banished the listing from search returns and caused it to sell way below market value, sometimes to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars.As happened recently to an eBay seller who listed a rare bottle of beer called ‘Allsopp’s Arctic Ale’ which was made in 1852 for an arctic expedition led by Sir Edward Belcher.Notice the maker’s name is spelled with two ‘LL’s and two ‘PP’s.But not in the eBay listing for that item where the seller had listed the maker’s name with just one ‘P’ and effectively caused his listing to rank low or not at all when people searched by the correct spelling.Then along came an eBayer who bought the bottle for $304 and relisted it soon afterwards using the correct spelling!The bottle sold for $503,300.00!That’s just one of countless tales told every day about savvy individuals taking advantage of sellers who don’t check titles before their listings go live.Spelling mistakes can be down to sellers not knowing the correct spelling or failing to spellcheck their work or because of a simple typing error.Whatever the reason titles with important keywords misspelled will not be found by potential bidders and buyers keying the correct spelling into eBay search engines.

And that is why people making those mistakes allow more professional sellers like you and me to make a quick and easy killing.All you and I have to do is find product listings with important keywords misspelled, then check how much those items might fetch with correct spellings, and finally we buy potential high profit items at rock bottom prices and sell at incredible profits with those important keywords spelled correctly.Where and how to find those misspellings and how to turn other people’s mistakes into a fast profit for your eBay business?That is what this report is all about.



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