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Details can be found at: http://trading-web-solutions.com/keywords/
eBay themselves have a smaller less powerful version that lists top 10 keywords in each category. With just 10 words you are less likely to find words relevant to your item. It's still worth a look though - You can find eBay pulse at: http://pulse.ebay.co.uk
However a word of warning about your title. NEVER KEYWORD SPAM - This is listing irrelevant keywords in hope of your item being found. It's used most often with vehicles, if you've used eBay to search for vehicles before surely you must have saw an item titled such as following
"SEAT LEON CUPRA - NOT CRX, MR2, AUDI, TURBO OR LOTUS"
See in this example how seller would be using popular keywords to draw visitors to their auction. It's a clever tactic but if someone reports you to eBay your auction will be removed and you may be issued with a warning, or even have your account closed.
Finally, if 70% of buyers use search function, what about remaining 30%. We can assume that majority of them browse though categories on eBay. Did you know for a small fee of £9.95 (eBay.co.uk) you can feature your item so it's at top of section. If your items of high value, them featuring it is strongly recommended. This way you should gain high coverage however your bidders search.
Mark Kenny is an eBay seller & online entrepreneur who highly recommends the Keyword-Pro. Full details are at: http://trading-web-solutions.com/keywords/