L IX provides the ability to change a presentation that features video, audio, voice-over, slideshow, text, links and password protection into an "Instant Auction". With one touch
of a button, you can activate a "Bid Feature" that allows someone who is viewing your presentation to make a Bidding Offer for the goods, items, or services on the presentation page-
Once they hit GO! - that "Bid" will be recorded on that presentations' "Bid Details" page
which you may access by signing into your account, navigating to that presentation from your library, and simply clicking on "view bid details" -
All contact information for the Bidder and the Bid amount will be displayed. The email
address will be a 'live link' so that you may contact the bidder immediately. In addition,
upon a successful 'Bid' the same information is "immediately" sent to your contact email,
so that you can access the 'Bidder and the Information about the Bid' from your smart phone or cellular enabled tablet device. By engaging the "password protection" for
a presentation in conjuction with the 'Bid Feature', you now can conduct a ' Private
Auction". This is perfect when the bidders are known and the auction needs to be restricted to a certain group.
Most importantly, you keep all the money. There are no succsess fees, no up- sale fees to
use video, pictures, audio, voice-over, text or links on your presentations. If you need to use an escrow company to complete transactions, just add a link to that company on
the presentation in the links area or add whatever merchant services you wish to use to complete your transactions. This and everything else L IX has to offer is included for your simple monthly fee of $10.99 - You may be able to create up to 10 -20 presentations per account/ edit 24hrs /365 days a year. You can also cut & patse the presentation URL into any media site like FaceBook, Twitter, Craigslist, Backpage, Oodle, or Ebay classifieds to enlarge the exposure of your multi-media 'L IX Auction'.
fees for auctions on Ebay - compare
here is a link to the " L IX Auction - Bid Feature " Tutorial