Examining DealDash Strategies for Fun

DealDashHave you been using the same old strategy on DealDash over and over again? Let’s look at some different strategies for winning auctions!

Learning about different types of DealDash strategies can be very helpful when you are bidding on DealDash. You can attempt to predict what other people are going to do when they’re bidding, and you can even implement other people’s strategies into your own. If you take a little bit of strategy from here and a little from there, then your strategy on DealDash is going to be very difficult for other people to figure out, which is a good thing for you! A little mystery is definitely a good thing when it comes to revealing yourself to other bidders on DealDash.

Be a Cautious Bidder

Before you start bidding in DealDash auctions it’s very important to figure out a bidding strategy to use. Being a cautious bidder is a great strategy that will result in saving lots of bids.  You need to use patience and watch plenty of auctions before you make the decision to bid. The more auctions that you watch, the better skills that you will gain. The only problem with being a very cautious bidder is that you might miss out on some opportunities that other less cautious bidders might grab onto and get a surprise win.

Use the BidBuddy – Always a Good Strategy

If you’re looking for some things to perfect your bidding strategy BidBuddy is the solution for you. The BidBuddy is a great tool that DealDash gives (free of charge) to all bidders, that you can put in as many or as few bids as you like. You can cancel it or add more bids at any time. The BidBuddy will work well with any sort of strategy from overly cautious to overly adventurous. The choice is yours, the BidBuddy is just waiting for you to tell it what to do in the auction.

The Aspiring Power Bidder

The aspiring power bidder is going to bid until they are out of bids so they can win at all costs. This isn’t the best strategy to use if your’re short of funds. The aspiring power bidder doesn’t care who is bidding or how many people are still in the auction. The aspiring power bidder loads up their BidBuddies and occasionally come back to see if they have won or if they need to add even more bids into their BidBuddy. They will do this multiple times until they either win or run out of bids. Personally, I think it’s smarter to just load up the BidBuddy with the BIN (Buy It Now) cost of the item and then do a BIN if you don’t win. When using the BIN option DealDash will when refund all of the bids you used on that item, and you can try again another day.

Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

I hope this article has encouraged you to think of a new strategy to use.  Go ahead and test out the strategies by checking out the auctions and see what you would really like to bid on. If you’re interested in reading even more tips and tricks check out the “Tactics & Tips” section on DealDash. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!

This blog was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

Being Patient, Using Your BidBuddy on DealDash

DEALDASH BLOG PATIENCEWhen you think about good attributes to have as a DealDash bidder, patience is an excellent one. 

Everyone can win on DealDash once or twice – but to keep your winning streak going over and over again requires many skills. One of those important skills to have is patience. Patience is a great skill to have in many aspects of life, and DealDash auctions are just one of them. Success in life and on DealDash requires patience, wisdom, and skill. It will take effort, attention, and time, but you can learn how to be successful on DealDash by using patience.

Watch Before You Bid

Before you start bidding in DealDash auctions it’s very important to learn from other bidders in the auctions. You need to use patience and watch plenty of auctions before you make the decision to bid. You don’t want to win just anything on DealDash, do you?

For example, what good is winning ladies’ perfume if you don’t wear perfume, and you don’t have anyone in mind to give the perfume to as a gift? Wouldn’t it be a better idea to be patient and wait a little longer until something that you would really love to win comes up for auction? However, it would still be a good idea to watch that perfume auction, even if you aren’t planning on bidding in it. The more auctions that you watch, the better skills that you will gain.

Use the BidBuddy

Have you met the BidBuddy yet? If you’re lacking patience, perhaps BidBuddy is the solution for you. The BidBuddy is a great tool that DealDash gives (free of charge) to all bidders, that you can put in as many or as few bids as you like. You can cancel it or add more bids at any time. Your BidBuddy will alternate bidding with the other BidBuddies that are set until there are no more bids placed from BidBuddies or other bidders, and whoever has the last bid in before the clock runs out is the winner. The BidBuddy is the epitome of patience, it’s programmed to place your bids just before an auction closes, making it a great way to make sure that you’re maximizing your bids.

Make Every Bid Count

Don’t go tossing your bids all over the place. Think about each and every auction that you enter, and plan things out before you bid. Bid on all of the auctions that you want to, of course, just be mindful about planning things out before you bid. Think twice before you make any mistakes!

Thanks for Reading the DealDash Blog

Have you gained a little patience? I hope this article has been helpful and has taught you something new. If you have any questions about any other DealDash processes, check out DealDash’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the site. It’s full of great information that you will find helpful when bidding on DealDash. Just click this link right here and you can check it out. Good Luck and Happy Bidding, everyone!

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This blog was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.