allowing bidders to win iPhones, TV's, laptops, and cameras for often under $50.00
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(PRWEB) April 12, 2010
Despite the economic downturn, online retail sales have shown to remain strong, and swiftbidder.com, a new penny auction website based in Calgary will allow its users to bid on new brand name items in 1 cent increments, allowing bidders to win iPhones, iPods, laptops, and cameras for often under $50.00, which is significantly less than retail prices.
Dustin Miller, a tech savvy Calgary High School student has always craved the appeal of online business, and over the years has sold hundreds of items online, providing him with a solid experience of providing quality service and competitive prices to his online customers. Dustin has worked closely with a team of programmers and designers to ensure the launch of swiftbidder.com can handle the expected traffic, along with ensuring a secure and reliable payment system.
How can swiftbidder.com afford to offer brand name electronics and goods at such a low price? Well of course, there is a twist, swiftbidder users are charged between 65-75 cents every time they bid, with each bid raising the auction price by 1 cent as well as adding 10 seconds to the clock, giving everyone an opportunity to swift-in and place their bid. This allows the company to sell the auctioned item at significant discounts to the winning bidder.
This concept is effective at luring in customers from all over the world, by offering the chance to win factory direct iPhones, laptops, TV's, and gift cards at unimaginable discounts. The probability of winning a new unlocked iPhone at around $50USD is very realistic due to the many auctions ending each and every day, which swiftbidder founder Dustin Miller saw as an important factor in achieving worldwide attention and success. "Offering new and exciting products that end each hour allows for everyone to be able to win a auction, all you have to do is bid!" says Dustin.
With the development of swiftbidder.com, Dustin hopes to capture the online penny auction market in Canada, and expand to other markets in the near future. The service is currently only available to customers located in the USA & Canada.This is a large undetaking for the 18 year old, and a priceless learning experience in the evolving business world. "I hope the experience I gain from Swiftbidder will aid me in my studies at McGill university next fall, as I work toward earning my Bachelor of Commerce degree" says Dustin.
The website is expecting up to 5,000 hits per day in its first few days of operation, and will initiate a new era of online auctions in Canada.
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