29 Mar '12, 11pm

Watch Out For The Bulk Bidding Page As Its Now Filling In The Next ...: by Michael H. Berken...

When I’m checking out Namejet.com to see what domain auctions are currently opened for bidding, I usually use the bulk bidding page. I’m not sure when it changed, but I wanted to alert everyone to the fact that the bulk bidding page has changed, so when you pull up all the domains at auction using the bulk bidding tool, the page auto fills the next highest bid amount in each domain auction. If you intend to only bid on one or two names on your bulk page, you’re going to have to remove all the other default bids NameJet.com put sinto each of the domain auctionson the bulk page, otherwise you will wind up placing a big on all the domains on your bulk bidding page. This happened to me the other day and I wound up bidding on 8 domains, when I was only trying to put a bid on one. Fortunately for me I wound up getting outbid on all the other domains, but it was a good lesson whi...

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