Tag Archives: Internet bidding

LiveAuctioneers releases BlackBerry application

In July, Internet bidding provider LiveAuctioneers announced the release of an iPhone application that allows its users to view auction inventories as well as to participate in auctions by placing pre-auction Internet bids. Yesterday, LiveAuctioneers announced the release of an … Continue reading

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Don’t penalize Internet buyers

Our friend John Schultz wrote a great blog post this morning about the importance of ensuring that registration requirements were similar for Internet bidders and live bidders. He describes the effect of restricting Internet bidders as follows. Auction companies need … Continue reading

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Strengths of Internet bidding

Internet auctions have powerful advantages over live events. Trying to simulate live auctions on the Internet gives up those advantages and introduces the same limitations of live auctions. Continue reading

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Proxibid questions answered

Image via CrunchBase Our post on Wednesday described an announcement by Proxibid of their forthcoming embedding bidding service. This service will allow auctioneers to seamlessly embed Proxibid’s systems into the auctioneers’ web pages. In Wednesday’s post, we posed five questions … Continue reading

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Proxibid announces upcoming embedded bidding solution

One of the most popular feature requests made of Internet bidding providers is that they offer a non-branded, embedded solution for auctioneers who want the ability to host bidding on their sites rather than having to push people to a … Continue reading

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