Typo Hound

Submitted by: guysmy 10 years ago in Misc
http://www.typohound.com/

Find eBay listings with a typo in the title to save money.
There are 34 comments:
Male 49
*searches for pps3 and gets rich*
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Male 1,263
ahahaha! Yes! Perfect! so useful! only one problem though.... Think about the millions of people tht use i-am-bored.com and other websites with that link. So much for saving money no that ya think of it.
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Male 287
That`s a brilliant idea,night watch! We could market crappy Sanyo items to dyslexics and sell `em as Sony...HAHAHA!
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Male 208
I`m going to have to find some `Toshia` products and sell them on ebay. Then, when people buy it, thinking it`s a Toshiba, I can say, "Nope, says `Toshia` right there... SUCKER!"... heheheh.
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Male 287
Only problem with sites like this is that when you go and look for a mis-spelt item thinking that your going to get that exclusive iPod for 99p,you find that several hundred other people have looked at the same site as you and the item is now at £150...
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Female 70
thats a pretty cool idea. but i`m with you beatlefaerie, i thought i was gonna get paid to find typos... haha
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Male 143
I`ve gotta say...that`s pretty not unimpressive.
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Male 140
DAMMIT! Now the whole WORLD knows my secret..
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Male 916
I wonder whether `mispelt` is a typo for `misspelt` or just stupidity.
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Male 713
brilliance!
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Male 1,383
well, there are sometimes still good listings without typos, but i like the idea.
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Male 73
Thats a great idea... going to have to use it sometime
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Female 873
Iv already tried tht on Ebay ages ago, it does actually work.
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Male 95
good idea
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Female 81
just do it manually- its easier. My dad sometimes does that, and you can get some bargains.
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Male 451
ya there are a lot of fakes like what fudgesundae said
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Female 228
But... I searched Led Zeppelin and it came up with 78 results and I clicked on the link and the page couldn`t be found. :(
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Female 294
It`s a smart idea.
But I thought it was going to be a service that pays you for finding typos in the eBay listings. My mom`s an editor, and I got the genes from her, so I thought I had just found my fortune.
Wow. I`m really disappointed.
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Male 70
that rocks!its goin in my favourites :)
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Male 140
most of the time it searched actual thingsthat were typos of one thing!! alright if i stumbled upoun something...now waitimg game
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Male 2,057
cool v good idea
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Male 55
Good idea but it never worked for me. I typed in my search and then it didn`t give me any results, just a picture of a dog that I couldn`t click.
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Female 811
Hummm, good idea.
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Male 3,014
^^Cute.

Anyway, I got a `page could not be displayed screen.` I guess I`ll have to go back to not using EBay at all whatsoever.

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Male 246
i got some really good cheap stuff using typos. even though i was the one that accidentally made a typo
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Female 1,972
What do you mean Sorny, Mowvado & Pandasonic aren`t brand names?
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Female 101
The `typo-ed` auctions that you find may not be typos after all, they could be `fake` brand names! Like, Sonny instead of Sony, and some unsuspecting customer will just buy thinking it`s an original Sony with a typo.

Just saying.

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Male 35
Watch out though, this site routes you through pop-up links.
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Male 1,016
like*
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Male 1,016
there was one of theese posted lie last wek

search fat fingers in the iab search ingine!

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Male 32
This can be rendered useful...time to take over the planet!
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Male 194
ha that`s awesome i`ll be sure to use this the next time i buy something on ebay
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Male 379
im always looking for to save money.im cheap!
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Male 1
Link: Typo Hound [Rate Link] - Find eBay listings with a typo in the title to save money.
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