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We’ve had our eye on recently-launched website theAuctioneerchannel.com for the last several days. A joint venture between Michigan auctioneers Scott Vander Kolk, Jr., and David Helmer, the site aims to promote the live auction industry through videos and blogs. We … Continue reading
There is a disturbing trend in the auction industry. The availability and ease of installation of inexpensive or open source scripts that turn any website into an auction site [read: eBay clone] have convinced some trade publications and newspapers to … Continue reading
We realized recently that we’ve made a huge mistake by not adopting and advocating Dropbox long ago. Here’s how the service works. Install the client. You’ll find a “My Dropbox” directory in your documents folder, wherever that may be. Anything … Continue reading
Real-time Internet bidding is a process that allows an auctioneer to accept Internet bids during an auction. A bidder downloads client software, usually either Flash- or Java-based, and can hear the auctioneer and place bids until each individual item is … Continue reading