I've been reading some threads on here and keep seeing stuff about people holding auctions? I'm totally confused so apparently I'm still a newbie. Could anyone explain this? Auctions for offers?
Basically, people are wanting to be paid the highest they can do do sites. So, they start the auction, generally listing some criteria such as the sites they can do or how long the auction can go for, and when all that happens, the people who offer most will get their business )
Ahhh, thanks. Good to know. Thanks for the help earlier today too.
No problem. It's my job (although not quite on here ))...On here, it is my passion, I guess.
BTW, you're so right about Firefox! No problems since switching.
Some people hate if because it "doesn't credit". I still recommend it, though, because it eliminates almost all the problems one would experience (and it is just stabler).
About "Green Auctions"
It's a very sad day when we let people name their own price for a trade. And for established traders to stoop to a bidding war compromises this entire "business". I know there's a shortage of greens, but we don't need to be encouraging greedy scammers who show up looking to make the highest fast buck and run.
[quote32931ee441="moviemadnessman"]Some people hate if because it "doesn't credit". I still recommend it, though, because it eliminates almost all the problems one would experience (and it is just stabler).[/quote32931ee441]
Doesn't credit how? It won't report your green back to the site you're working on?
That's the rumor. I personally haven't had it happen (unless you count the offers that I did that had a history of not crediting anyways).
I've actually found it to be more reliable than Internet Explorer. Unless I was just doing hard sites before I switched. Not sure. Have to go with Firefox though. It's loads better than IE.