Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) November 12, 2011
After more than 6 months of planning and inventory acquisition, Aaron Helmlinger is ready to launch three websites. Opening for business on Monday November 14, 2011 two of these sites are based on a real-time auction format that has been developed by Mr Helmlinger. These auction format sites focus on two distinct products categories: Lego building blocks and hand tools, camping and survival merchandise. According to Mr. Helmlinger the Lego building block market is very strong after reviewing sales on already popular auction sites like Ebay. The new and secondary Lego building block markets are very strong and offer a large market of potential users. Also, he mentioned that the market for survival related merchandise will be huge over the next 12 months due to the 2012 Mayan Calendar end-time prophecy.
LegoPenny.com and SurvivalPenny.com will offer a half-dozen or more auctions with reserve prices per day. These auctions will increment the bid price by either a penny or a dollar. The penny increment auctions are called Penny Auctions and the dollar incremented auctions are called Premium Auctions.
In Addition to launching the above two Penny Auction websites, Mr. Helmlinger is launching an ad supported website called RobinHoodsLoot.com. RobinHoodsloot.com will give away merchandise from diapers to Blu-rays without any hidden cost. The users will NOT have answer surveys, or sign-up to receive unwanted emails, or have to pay any hidden fees. According to Mr. Helmlinger RobinHoodsLoot.com was developed to target online users that are looking for absolutely free stuff. He also mentioned that is great time for a site like this, because the U.S. economy is very weak and many online users are looking for goods deals.
RobinHoodsLoot.com utilizes a patent pending method developed by Mr. Helmlinger for allowing the community of users to select the recipient of the free merchandise. He is using Google Adsense ads and Amazon Affiliate Program monetize RobinHoodsLoot.com.
For more information, contact Aaron T. Helmlinger, email helpdesk(at)robinhoodsloot(dot)com