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Penny Wise: The Complete Guide to Saving Money with Online Penny Auctions Paperback – October 25, 2011
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About the Author
Ken Knelly spent a dozen years as a print journalist, earning regional and national recognition. Josh Waldron is the creator and owner of PennyAuctionList.com, a dynamic one-stop, user-oriented site featuring news, ratings, and more.
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Seriously, this brings it all to you. The book is for the item seeker on how to use penny auctions to advantage, while avoiding the pitfalls. And also for the one who forges ahead right into the business, website, merchandise and all.
The book is a road map on how to take action, and a guide with answers to the key questions. Questions such as:
1) How do I find a reputable site(s)? - Problem avoidance.
2) What are the steps to engage in and win penny auction bids? - Strategy.
3) How do I find the stuff that I want to bid on? - Focus.
4) And The really key question, how do I constantly win without overbidding? -Success.
The book identifies the major players in the game, as well as, pounting out the important sources and websites for quick action.
You will learn what penny auctions are, what to look for at a penny auction site, the warning signs of the sites that are not legit, how to purchase bids, and the process of learning how to bid smartly. If you want to participate in penny auctions, you'll definitely want to pick up this book.
It was a good read. I tried to read it as if I knew nothing about the industry, but it was so hard to do. I kept finding myself trying to see if you missed any important details bidders, owners, or potential owners needed to know. So here is my report on that:
Nothing.. Well done!!
I'll recommend it wherever I can, and wish you success on it.