Tag Archives: Internet bidding

Acceptance of real-time Internet bids

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

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Auction Podcast Episode 17 – Starting bids for Internet bidding

Image via Wikipedia You’re listening to the AuctioneerTech Auction Podcast. Today is Thursday, 26 March, 2008. auctioneertech.com – Technology, auctions and auctioneers – auction tech for the auction industry Hello and welcome to the seventeenth episode of the AuctioneerTech Auction … Continue reading

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Poor man’s auction software – Craigslist and Google Docs

Image via CrunchBase We mentioned how easy it was to create web forms with Google Docs back in November. Now, technology blog TechCrunch is running a story about a very interesting do-it-yourself project combining the ease of Google Doc form … Continue reading

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eBay Live Auctions is dead

Image via Wikipedia We start the new year with an obituary for eBay Live Auctions, not to be confused with eBay Live!, the eBay convention for buyers and sellers held regularly in cities around the country. As of the first … Continue reading

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Purple Wave unveils grouped extension system for equipment auction

We discussed back in September how Internet bidding has been referred to as eBay style or static bidding, and we’ve explained why those are bad descriptions for this type of bidding. Features like automatic extension and staggered ending make most … Continue reading

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