5 Things to Know About Online Auction Websites


First of all, let’s make you clear about the online auction, well most of you can understand from its name that it is an auction that takes place through the internet which helps the user to sell or bid on online products and services. Well, the online auction allows sellers to offer different types of products and services to a larger audience all over the world through its online platforms.

Here are five things to know about the online auction.

Registration at online auctions sites:

“Natural resources must be so distributed, by way of auction or otherwise, that they serve a larger public purpose,” said Kapil Sibal, an Indian politician belonging to the Indian National Congress party.

The first thing to participate in an online auction is registration; both buyer and seller need to register themselves on an online bidding site. There are many bidding sites available on the internet that offers you to register yourself as a buyer or seller. The use of registration is to track down all your bids or selling that you delivered through your bidding site.

Listing the items on the online auction sites:

Well, if you registered as a seller then you can use the bidding site to list one or more items and try to set up a starting price for the bidding. To make people attract to your teams, a seller needs to provide a complete description and specifications of the item that is on sale. The bidding is mostly set for a specific time period and the bidder needs to log in through their IDs to place the bids.

Setup a payment method:

Well, being a seller it is necessary that they provide quick payment options to their buyers and it is also important that their payment gateways should be approved by the RBI such as Paypal, CCAvenue, Oxigen, Credit cards, wallets, PayTM, Net banking, and EMI options.

Bidding on online auction sites:

Bidding on an auction site is not a tough task, buyers just need to visit the auction site then choose their preferable items and bid on them during the auction period. The best bid will win the item.

Online bidding:

In the way, online auction starts, the same way its bidding will be closed at a given specific time period. If an item has multiple bidders then the one who has the highest online bid at the end of the auction will get the item in their hands. After the auction is successfully closed the seller can connect with the buyer over email to clarify payments and delivery of goods.

DealDash is a provider of a bidding platform designed to offer auction services. The DealDash Company’s platform offers auctions where the auction clock restarts from 10 seconds every time someone bids, enabling losing bidders not to lose the money they spent bidding.