Auction and Bidding Web Sites
TechTrend offers different kinds of online auction and bidding web sites. There is plenty of scope for people who are attracted towards auction and bidding to sell products online. On the basis of customer's requirement and needs, we have already developed:
requirement and needs, we have already developed:
- Lowest Unique bid Auction website.
- Highest Unique Bid Auction Web site.
- Live Auction Website (Penny auction, Cent auction, instant bidding software), Reverse Auction/Bidding software.
1. Lowest Unique Bid Auction :
This is a relatively new format and is taking off in a big way. The aim of this type of auction is to hold the lowest UNIQUE bid at the end of the auction. You are required to pay a small amount for each bid that you place. The unique bid auctions are a great way to take part in auctions and the winning bid is often much lower and should be unique than what others quote for a given item.
2. Highest Unique Bid Auction online software:
The highest unique bid auction is also similar to lowest unique bid auction but in this unique bid auction web site, the bid that is the highest and unmatched when the auction closes is the winning bid.See More
3. Live Bidding Auction Web site(penny auction, cent auction and bidding online software):
Online auction website platform as being a virtual shopping channel that enables sellers to sell their products to autonomous buyers on a Better price. On the online auction website participants participate as the members to bid for the products present on the website. Bidding is done by telephone or SMS or online. Auction counter is set for every auction which shows how much time has passed since the last bid. When the set time after the last bid has passed, the auction closes and the person who holds the highest bid wins. SMS and telephone information are given in each auction.See More
4. Reverse Auction :
Reverse auction in which sellers bid for the prices at which they are willing to sell their goods and services. In a regular auction, a seller puts up an item and buyers place bids until the close of the auction, at which time the item goes to the highest bidder. In a reverse auction, the buyer puts up a request for a required good or service. Sellers then place bids for the amount they are willing to be paid for the good or service, and at the end of the auction the seller with the lowest amount wins.