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ZBiddy website is up, but there are absolutely no items in the auction. Why?

ZBiddy.com is a penny auction website that requires a charge to join. Then you bid for items, highest bidder wins within the time frame allowed.

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If it requires you to pay to join then it's a scam.

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How do I start a penny auction web site and be able to use the same source code as quibids or beezid?


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If you are looking to start a penny auction web site and want to use the same source code that the 7 top penny auction sites in the world are using then you need to talk to the two brothers that invented the penny auction. It is a closely gaurded secret by the top sites where they got their source code from ( if every one used the source code that can handle millions of users at once they would lose their advantage) This advantage has allowed them to make millions of dollars a year while hundreds of people waste their money buying other source code from wannabee vendors that are taking advantage of the situation selling code that is fundamentally flawed or can only support 20 to 40 users before a sql bottle neck occurs. The answer to your question, Telebid.com was the first ever penny auction web site which was later changed to swoopo.com. The two twin brothers credited with creating the penny auction are Albert Liske and William Buckell. The two spent a year over coming major coding challenges and developing timers that run on javascript and use a push system. The resulting code would become swoopo.com AG and would make millions of dollars. The two brothers must of had spidey sense because they sold their site for no apparent reason to a German company. A law suit against swoopo and other big name sites like quibids.com would arrive shortly after. Although the sites being sued won the law suit and many others, Those two brothers where quitely approached by different people in the know and investors. Another interesting fact William Buckell was asked to fly to Oklahoma City to meet two investors Matt Beckham and Shaun Tilford about a site they wished to open selling garden products, apparel and jewelry that site was called The okcBIZ website. William suggested that they could use the Swoopo source code to maybe try the penny auction model insted of the ebay style auction the two had originally planned. Although both Beckham and Tilford both deny getting their base code from William or the suggest name change from okcBIZ to what William had mispronounced Quibids, William had left his demo code of Swoopo.com for them to test out now Quibids.com was the new name of Tilfords and Beckhams site, And they quickly adopted the penny auction model. Hiring thier own in house coding team Quibids quickly built its self into one of the top penny auctions in the world. Albert Liske founded pennyauctionsoft.com while William opened pennyauctionguru.com. Liske is credited for helping create sites like beezid, ( the name was decided by the winner of a poker game ) While William helped William create Dealdash, and other sites like bidhere.com. Liske sold pennyauctionsoft.com to a josh mcdonald who quickly ran the company into the ground and sold it to a joel assidorian. Liske moved on to help build a penny auction for Frode Jorgeson called bidsson.com and wrote a MLM site code to work side by side called bidify later to be changed to centerbids.eu and mycenterbids.eu. He was offered a CEO position and found out Frode was running a massive ponzie scheme so he quitely asked for his money he was owed. After he was used and ripped off for his pay, He decided that Frode wasnt all that nice of a guy and maybe every one should know aboout his ponzie. Frode ran off with everyones money and framed Toah ( a payment processor) While Liske returned to penny auction site production founding pennyaucitonwizards selling it and moving on to a multi million dollar app mlm system called cashdojo.com. William has been selling the source code at pennyauctionguru.com for 8 years. The code can be run on multiple servers using CDN cloud support allowing a site to support hundreds of thousands of users at once. Hope that answers your question. There are currently 16 software vendors and only 3 of them sell code that works properly. Starting a penny auction site is one of the most challenging tasks but one of the most rewarding if you can find the proper source code to run it with.
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