Unique Online Auction Site Connects Users to Online AuctionsThu, 28 Jan 2021 11:31:01 CST
A unique online auction site called HiBid.com connects users to actual online auctions, making them simple and easy to bid on items ranging from farmland to antiques, said Kris Kennedy, manager of HiBid.com.
Kennedy was recently interviewed by Radio Oklahoma Agriculture Network Associate Farm Director and Editor KC Sheperd.
This is an online auction platform for auctioneers to push their whole catalogues up, Kennedy said.
We believe in the auction method of marketing and working with traditional auctioneers
These auctions could be online timed events or webcasts where you could see the auctioneer call,
Where we are different (than sites such as Ebay) when you bid on an item the auction will go on until everyone is done, Kennedy said.
It doesnít do anybody any good if someone comes in at the last minute, he said.
Anything and everything is available on HiBid.
If youíre looking for real estate, farmland or collectables, you will probably find it on HiBid.com.
There are 750,000 items at any time on HiBid Kennedy said.
You can look for local items by putting in a zip code or the state you live in.
By using the search function on HiBid, you can find just about anything, he said.
For example, if you collect stamps, go to stamps.hibid.com.
The site also works for those wanting to sell an item, Kennedy said.
When you find an auctioneer near you, click on auction information, reach out to that auctioneer, and research him.
On sites such as Ebay, auctioneers are putting up a single item at a time. On HiBid.com auctioneers are putting up the whole catalogue so you might see an item you didnít even know you wanted, Kennedy said.
This would be a good option for estate sales, he said.
Auctioneers can call HiBid at 352-414-1947 or go to auctionflex.com.
Click here to learn more about HiBid.
We want to work with traditional auctioneers looking to upload their entire catalogue, Kennedy said.
You can hear more of KCís interview with Kris Kennedy by clicking on the listen bar below.
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