Ebay RSS

BargainChecker has formulated a new way in which you can use their capability to find eBay misspelled words and bring them right to your favorite news reader. The benefits of BargainChecker in finding and allowing you to profit from eBay misspellings is undisputed. BargainChecker works from a simple yet effective premise.

Each day amongst the millions of entries which are listen on eBay are many items which are incorrectly spelled. These items will never be sold, because the standard search will not return the items on the search page, whether that be in eBay or from a web search of the item. The sellers won’t profit from either the inventory item or the time and effort required to prepare and place the listing.

For example, if you wanted to sell a rare copy of “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court” and you were careless in your listing and description so that the book listed for sale is “A Conneticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court’. If the potential buyer types in the name correctly, he or she won’t find your book listing. You won’t make a sale of your eBay item, and the buyer will be disappointed as well.

If the buyer makes use of the eBay RSS feed, though, the buyer can acquire the item and purchase it at or near the opening bid. This purchase is available because there are no additional bids.

The buyer goes to the eBay RSS site at http://www.bargainchecker.com/eBay_RSS/ebay-RSS.aspx and fills in the appropriate fields–the item that is desired, which auction site to search, and where to send the information, i.e. the favorite news reader. Each time an item is found with an eBay misspelled item listing which you have designated, the information will be forwarded to you as requested. The RSS tracker means that you can just set and forget the search terms which you have entered. Because the BargainChecker tool is primarily aimed at misspellings, most of the benefit from the tool will be applicable only to misspelled words on eBay.

You can use those eBay misspellings in various ways, once you get them at your news reader.
For example, you can use the misspelled listing to purchase a one of a kind item at the low starting bid. No one else is likely to arrive at the site because they won’t be able to figure out how it was listed. By using the eBay RSS notification, not only are you being notified, you are receiving notice right away, so you have the chance of getting your bid in immediately.

If you don’t need the bargain item for your own use, keep in mind that these eBay purchases can be used as gifts to someone, or that they can resold in order to make a profit for you.

Alternatively, you can use the statistics which are being gathered to choose which items are commonly, or even occasionally misspelled. You can use these common words in order to help you set up revenue markets using pay per click methods.

So it’s easy to see how utilization of existing web sites can be maintained and, you can see RSS. This is not say that you are required to act each and every listing in the marketplace. You can look at the item, calculate its value, place a first bid and subsequent bids. Even if you don’t win every listing, you will still receive enough bids of interest that they will work financially for you. You can actually set up your own small business buying and reselling items on the internet.

Either way, you can use the eBay RSS feeds, to enhance your profitable business on eBay .