Woo Auction Software is a WordPress & WooCommerce plugin that helps you set up and auction website minutes. using WP Auction Software you can set up forward, reverse, and penny auctions.
Yes. Woo Auction Software requires that the free WooCommerce plugin is installed. WP Auction Software adds custom product types to WooCommerce with which you can set up auctions.
It also used WooCommerce for accepting payments from auction participants. This means payments are secure and you get an option to use all the payments gateways that are compatible with WooCommerce.
Yes. Using Woo Auction Software is fully compatible with the Product Vendors extension of WooCommerce.
You can install this extension to create a multi-vendor auction site. That way users will be able to create their own auctions on your website. In return you can charge them a fee. Just like ebay auctions.
Yes. We can help you set up an auction website and all the required plugins. We charge from $20 per hour.
A simple auction is a process wherein buyers compete to purchase an item from the seller. Sellers put up a product or service for sale, and multiple buyers bid for the item. The bidder with the highest bid usually is the winner who gets the item.
A reverse auction is the exact opposite of a simple auction.Typically, a reverse auction has one buyer and many sellers,who compete with each other, to get the buyer to purchase their product. Usually, the sellers underbid each other to woo the buyer and the lowest bid wins.
Proxy bidding needs limited manual intervention.The system automatically bids on behalf of the bidder to the maximum bid amount set by the bidder. The maximum bid does not mean the current bid.
Auction sniping is a practice in a timed online auction. A bidder in a timed online auction waits till the end time before entering a bid. The other bidders do not have enough time to counter-bid, allowing the sniper to win the auction, by sneaking in a high bid at the last moment
The anti-sniping feature forbids a bidder from trying to place a high bid towards the end of the auction, so as to ensure that all the bidders get a fair chance and adequate time to bid.
When an individual places a bid at the last minute while the auction is ending, soft close prevents such individuals from entering bidding at the last moment. Let’s say if an auction item ends the bidding process at 9.10 PM, if the bidder bids during the last 2 minutes, the auction item will be extended by 2 minutes 9.12 PM end-time. This bidding process will continue until there is no bid at the last minute, signifying that all bidders have completed, and the auction ends.