An Auction Engine for the Serious User

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AuctionIndex, an online auction search index, is a powerful new tool to direct users to appropriate auction web sites.

AuctionIndex, an online auction search index, is a powerful new tool to direct users to the exact web sites they want with the help of keywords.

"There are so many auction web sites out there today, and more coming up by the day," says Alan Lewis, the owner of AuctionIndex (available at "With AuctionIndex, buyers can search through this huge database to pinpoint exactly the sites they want to buy and sell from."

AuctionIndex was created with the needs of auction web site users in mind, in an effort to weed out dummy sites and maintain a comprehensive database of authentic auction sites. As a result, AuctionIndex is a popular resource for serious buyers as well as auction web site owners.

By bidding on keywords or phrases that users search for, online auctioneers can place advertisements and dramatically increase traffic to their web site. "Moreover, these are not just visitors who will be browsing casually," says Lewis. "These will be people actively looking to buy and sell online, making for a much higher signup to hits ratio for the web site."

Auctionindex offers free listings to all auction websites and for as little as $5, auction web sites can place an ad on AuctionIndex and then subsequently pay only for visitors who actually click through. AuctionIndex also offers an affiliate program for web sites to generate additional revenue. An online administration center makes the sign-up and monitoring processes simple and efficient.

"At a time when the Internet is exploding so wildly, AuctionIndex is the perfect solution for both buyers and sellers," says Lewis. "With just one click, we help connect buyers and sellers who would otherwise never find each other through traditional search methods."

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