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todd [PersonRank 0]

Monday, October 17, 2005
14 years ago

great site. found some great deals on playstation

dev [PersonRank 1]

14 years ago #

Hi there

Snapsearch.com is a related tool for eBay

Snapsearch.com is an eBay search engine built using the eBay API which allows you to do search eBay sites without the using the clumsy eBay search interface

The search engine displays pictures on the left hand side and search results on the right hand side.

e.g. george bush toys
snapsearch.com/search.aspx?sea ...

or

kayak paddles

snapsearch.com/search.aspx?sea ...

Try searching for anything!

Peter [PersonRank 0]

14 years ago #

Another site for mispeled (sic) auctions is www.FatFingers.com.

Todd [PersonRank 0]

14 years ago #

Misspelled auctions are allowing me to find great deals through those that cant write or those that make a mistake in the listing. Works great!!!

As far as snapsearch it is just a search just like ebays and everyone's using that anyway. Why anyone would want to do that when you can you the missepelled site and find great deals because you will not have as many bidders bidding against you.

My choice ---------- misspelledauctions.com

Take a look at it and you will see what I am talking about. Fat fingers is an ok site to but not as easy to get directed in the right places

jaybo [PersonRank 1]

14 years ago #

I found another good site to search for misspellings for auctions.
www.searchmisspelled.com

jaybo [PersonRank 1]

14 years ago #

searchmisspelled.com

this link should work

Mike [PersonRank 0]

14 years ago #

I use lost auction to search for misspelled auctions. It searches 16 different auctions sites. www.vbbitman.com it is freeware.

Jim [PersonRank 0]

14 years ago #

Visit www.misspellpro.com it's also free

John [PersonRank 0]

14 years ago #

I just found this new site www.auctionoops.com that makes misspelling searches even easier because it offers a bunch of Brand Names & Products to click on. You don't have to sit there and think up words to type in. It's free also.

Phil [PersonRank 0]

13 years ago #

You could also take a look at missing-auctions.com – unlike most of the sites mentioned above it allows you to narrow your search to particular categories.

devic [PersonRank 0]

13 years ago #

Google button for misspelled items on eBay:

toolbar.google.com/buttons/add ...

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