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Stats & Analytics for Dealdash Penny Auctions

Advanced auction stats & analytics for Quibids and Dealdash, delivered inside Chrome right on the auction page

✓   Product stats

✓   Bidder stats

✓   Shows best day & time to win

BidBuddy for Quibids & Deal Dash Penny Auctions

Bidding tool for Quibids & Dealdash. You set the strategy and BidBuddy places the bids, automatically

✓   Multiple auctions, simultaneously

✓   Prevents auction lockout

✓   Smart bidding saves money

Click the “Bid-Ninja mask” icon to the right of the URL bar to see a list of Quibids & Dealdash penny auctions

✓   Never miss another penny auction

✓   Find “hidden” auctions

✓   # of bidders in last 5 minutes

Penny Auction Stats & Analytics at Your Fingertips!

The Analytics portion of Bid-Ninja provides complete picture of the product you’re playing for and the bidders you’re playing against.

You’ll know everything you need to make informed decisions and win more auctions.

Navigate to any Quibids or Dealdash penny auction and Analytics will automatically and seamlessly appear right on the auction page in your Google Chrome browser.

Bid-Ninja Analytics Explained

Upon entering any Quibids or DealDash penny auction, Analytics will be seamlessly inserted into the auction page.

Analytics has multiple tabs, each of which contains a different set of information. Each of these tabs will contain information specific to the auction you’re currently viewing and the bidders bidding on it.  All of the following tabs will be presented (click on each one to expand for an explanation):

Latest Tab

  • A list of every bidder who has placed a bid on the auction (the usernames of every bidder who has placed a bid are “clickable”.  Clicking on a bidders username brings up the User/Bidder Specific Analytics window that shows you a complete set of stats about that specific user)
  • Number of bids each player placed
  • Time since each bidder placed last bid
  • Dollar amount each bidder has spent on the auction
  • Remaining number of bids each bidder has left
  • Length of time each bidder has been playing on the auction
  • What type of bid each bidder placed last (single bid or Bid-O-Matic bid)
  • How many auctions each bidder has played and won
  • Total number of “Voucher Bid Auctions” each bidder has won lost (QuiBids Only)
  • The total number of “Voucher Bids” each bidder has used (Quibids Only)

Trending Stats Tab

Trending Stats Tab

shows you all of the following information, over the course of the following time periods: past 2 days, 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, 60 days & 90 days.  This allows you to see whether the prices for the product you’re viewing are trending up or down.

  • Average ending price
  • Median ending price
  • Minimum ending price
  • Maximum ending price
  • Number of auctions  for the product you’re viewing that have been analyzed during each time period to determine each of those statistics

Daily Stats Tab

Daily Stats Tab

shows you all of the following information for every day of the week.  This allows you to see which day of the week is the best day to play for the product you’re viewing (statistically) be showing you which day of the week the product you’re playing typically ends at the lowest prices.

  • Average ending price
  • Median ending price
  • Minimum ending price
  • Maximum ending price
  • The number of auctions  for the product you’re viewing that have been analyzed during each time period to determine each of those statistics

Hourly Stats Tab

Hourly Stats Tab

shows you all of the following information for every hour of the day.  This allows you to see which hour of the day is the best hour to play for the product you’re viewing (statistically) be showing you which hour of the day the product you’re playing typically ends at the lowest prices.

  • Average ending price
  • Median ending price
  • Minimum ending price
  • Maximum ending price
  • The number of auctions  for the product you’re viewing that have been analyzed during each time period to determine each of those statistics

Past Auctions Tab

Past Auctions Tab

shows you a complete list of every past completed auction for the product you’re viewing.  So if you’re looking at an iPad auction, and you click the “past auctions” tab, you’ll see a complete list of every previous iPad auction.  This tab will show you all of the following stats for each of those previous auctions:

  • Winning bidder (the usernames displayed are “clickable”.  Clicking on a bidders username brings up the User/Bidder Specific Analytics window that shows you a complete set of stats about that specific user)
  • Date and time the auction ended
  • How long the auction lasted, from the time the first bid was placed until the auction ended
  • What type of bid was the “winning bid”.  In other words, if the auction was won with a “single bid” or a “bid-o-matic” bid
  • The ending price of the auction was
  • Total number of bidders that placed bids on the auction
  • The total number of bids that were placed by the winning bidder

Bidding History Tab

Bidding History Tab

shows you a complete list of every bid placed on the auction from the time it started until whatever price it is at “now”.  This tab will show you all of the following stats for each of those placed bids:

  • Username of the bidder (the usernames displayed are “clickable”.  Clicking on a bidders username brings up the User/Bidder Specific Analytics window that shows you a complete set of stats about that specific user)
  • Date and time the bid was placed
  • Type of bid it was (single or bid-o-matic)
  • What price the bid made the auction
  • How long ago the bid was placed

Auction Summary Tab

Auction Summary Tab

shows you a quick summary of stats about the auction you’re viewing.  It shows you the following information:

  • Number of bidders that have placed a bid
  • Current price of the auction
  • Percentage of bids placed that were bid-o-matic bids
  • The percentage of bids placed that were single bids

BidBuddy:  Bidding Tool for Penny Auctions

BidBuddy® | Your Friendly Auto-Bidder

If you’ve ever wanted a robot to do your bidding (pun intended), this is your chance. Now you can win auctions even while you’re not in front of the computer.

Easy-to-use, its powerful features allow you to configure many different bidding options. Click the image to view BidBuddy in full size and see all of the available inputs.

This bidding tool will bid just the way you want and works on multiple auctions, simultaneously. Set it up days or even weeks in advance.

Don’t worry again about missing that amazing opportunity to win just because you had to run to the restroom or grab something to eat!

Easy to Setup | Easy-to-Use

Minimum Price

The dollar amount you put into the “Minimum Price” area is the price that you want the auction to be at or above before the AutoBidder begins placing bids for you.  So, for example, if you were playing on a QuiBids auction for a $50 gift card and you didn’t want any bids placed until the auction was at least $1.00, you would put $1.00 in this field.

This field is optional, and if left blank, the AutoBidder will begin placing bids immediately after you click the “Start Bidding” button.

Maximum Price

The dollar amount you put into the “Maximum Price” area is the price that you want the auction to be below, otherwise you don’t want any bids placed.  So, for example, if you were playing on a QuiBids auction for a $50 gift card and you didn’t want any bids if the auction is above $10.00, you would enter $10.00 in this field.

This field is optional, and if left blank, the AutoBidder will continue bidding regardless of the current price of the auction.

Bid At

Here is where you’ll tell BidBuddy at what second you want it to place bids for you at.  You can input tenths of a second as well.  So, for example, if you were playing on a Quibids or Dealdash penny auction, you could tell BidBuddy to bid at 1.1 seconds left on the auction by putting 1.1 in this field.  Anytime the auction reached 1.1 seconds left (and you’re not already the high bidder) it will place a bid for you (within the confines of your other set parameters of course).

Don’t Place More Than "X" Bids

The “Don’t Place More Than ‘X’ Bids” field allows you to tell BidBuddy to not place more than a set number of bids on an auction.  So, for example, if you were playing on a Quibids or Dealdash penny auction and you didn’t want to place more than one hundred bids on it, you would enter 100 in this field.


Bid Only if Less Than "X" Recent Bidders

The “Bid Only if Less Than ‘X’ Recent Bidders” field allows you to tell the AutoBidder to only bid if there are less than a certain number of bidders that have placed a bid during the last five minutes.  So, for example, if you were playing a QuiBids auction and you only wanted the AutoBidder to bid for you if there are less than five bidders in the last five minutes, you would put a 5 in this field.

There is a “sub option” here that allows you to tell the AutoBidder to keep on bidding even if the number of recent bidders rises back above the number you put.  This is an important feature to use if you are the type of player who “goes all the way” once you’ve placed bids on an auction and you don’t want to stop once you’ve started.

Place "X" Bid-O-Matic Bids

This feature is for QuiBids only, as DealDash and Beezid do not have the Bid-O-Matic function.

Using this option allows you to tell the AutoBidder to place a certain number of Bid-O-Matic bids before placing any single bids (if any at all).  Using this feature allows you to bypass the limitation QuiBids has set that only allows you to place 25 Bid-O-Matic bids before having to “reset the meter” yourself.

So you could enter any number you want here.  If you enter 121, the AutoBidder will place 121 Bid-O-Matic bids.

There is a sub-option here that allows you to direct the AutoBidder to completely stop bidding after all Bid-O-Matic bids have been placed.  Otherwise, it will continue bidding based on your other rules.

Prevent Lockout

The “Prevent Lockout” option is for use only on QuiBids website, as DealDash and Beezid work differently than QuiBids.

By checking this box, the Bid-Ninja AutoBidder will place just enough bids to prevent you from being locked out of an auction regardless of what you have set the other settings to.  This ensures that you don’t ever get locked out of an auction that you wanted to really get active in later.

Randomize Bid Timing

The “Randomize Bid Timing” feature allows you to have the AutoBidder more closely mimic real human behavior.  A real person can’t bid at the exact same time everytime, and if you want to look like a “person” to the other bidders, than this features is for you.

It allows you to input a “minimum time” and a “maximum time” to randomly place your bids at each time.

So, for example, if you were playing on a QuiBids auction and wanted to have your bids randomly placed between 5 seconds left and 0.8 seconds left, you would check this box and enter 5 and 0.8 in the fields that appear.

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