Charity auctions are an exciting new way to spend your hard-earned money and make some extra money for charity.
But before you dive in, you’ll need to be a bit more savvy.1.
Find a listing on CharityBid.com or other online auction sites.
If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you may have already seen our advice on how to find the perfect listing on our favorite online auction site, CharityBiddings.com.
We’ve found that CharityBids.com has a very high level of trustworthiness, so you’ll have to put in some time and effort to find a listing you’re happy with.
If your auction is being offered through an online auction portal like Bid.com, you will need to create a bid using the Bid.net mobile application.2.
Make sure your listing includes a few pieces of information that might be of interest to others.
For example, if your listing is for a charity auction and the auctioneer is a local business, you should include some information about your business that might help other potential bidders decide whether they’re going to bid on your listing.
In our example, the listing should include:• the name of the auction;• the date and time when the auction will start;• a link to the website you can access to see if the listing is currently up for bid;• an image or video of the listing that people can view and comment on;• your contact information for a local representative;• any information about the bidding process, including whether there are any rules or regulations.3.
Set a deadline.
Most auctioneers will accept bids on your auction up to 48 hours before the auction begins.
Make certain you set a deadline of 48 hours prior to your auction closing.
You can set up a timer to let your bidding clients know when you expect your bids to close.4.
Make an email listing for the auction.
You should have a separate email address for the bidder, but if you don’t, you can use the email address provided by your local listing agent to communicate with the bidder.
If possible, give the email addresses to all the potential bids on your behalf.5.
Write down the bidding details.
The bidding details on your website should include the date, time, and location of your auction.
For some biddings, such as for a family wedding, you might want to make sure you include the names and contact information of the parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and so on.
If they aren’t listed in the listing, you don’ t want to send them a message.
If a listing doesn’t include a contact person, you need to make it clear who you want to contact with the information provided.6.
Fill out a bidding contract.
This is a formal contract that specifies exactly what you want and what you are willing to pay.
The auctioneer will have a list of items on his or her mind and the bidding client should not be left in the dark about what items the auctioneers are going to purchase.7.
Make a payment.
When you have finished filling out your listing, send it off to the auction listing agent.
The agent will then have two options for you to accept or reject the bid.
You will either need to accept the bid, or you can decline to accept it and send it to the listing agent for review.
In this case, the auction agent will either approve the bid or reject it, depending on whether the listing meets the auction’s bidding requirements.
The listing agent will also have the option to accept a payment from the bidder in exchange for the listing.
In most cases, if you’re not happy with the price that you’re bidding on, you have a few options.
You could accept the auction fee, or bid higher than the auctioned item.
The next time the auction closes, you could bid a different amount, or even change the bidding level.
If, however, you’re still unhappy with the bid you’ve submitted, you still have a choice: accept the price or reject that bid.
If the auctioneering agent approves the bid and the item is accepted, you then have the opportunity to change the price to something that you think is fair.
If that doesn’t work, you simply have to accept whatever is posted as the lowest price you’re willing to accept.
The final decision to accept is up to the bidder and his or she.
For more information on how bidding works, check out our article on how the auction works.