I have been testing out WP Auctions over the past day or two and wanted to share with you this cool little plugin. Before I go to far into WP Auctions, however, I want to thank Josh Alexander for leading me to WP Auctions. Plus, giving me an amazing idea of how to use it, which I will share more in the video and blog post below. Before we get to that let’s review how WP Auctions works.
WP Auctions Set Up
As you can see this is a relatively easy set-up. All I needed to create the page at AndyNathan.MarketLately.Com was the following:
1. WP Auctions-this is available in Plugin Installer option in WP-Admin or you can download it at WordPress.org and then FTP it to your site.
2. Elegant Themes-We discussed Elegant Themes two weeks ago during a Guru Gusher post, so check that out to learn more about how to access the Convertible theme that I used for this post.
Once you have done that you can easily set up an auction within 30 minutes. It was really that simple to do. No muss, No fuss! Just quick and easy to set up an auction.
Quick Note from the video. I followed the instructions in the back end to change the picture and was still not able to get the picture to work. Ce La Vie-Such is life! When I get it to work I will let you know.
Now, you probably noticed during the video that I was discussing how I am doing a Day With Andy. This was not just for this blog post. It is a real auction that I set up and am releasing here on this blog. So, if you want my services for the ridiculously low price of $100 then go over to:
Let me help you get your internet marketing strategy moving in the right direction! Let me help you create blog posts, build social connections, work on your internet marketing strategy, or whatever you choose for us to work on for those 8 hours.All you do to is go to the auction listed below to get started.
Then just follow the instructions on WP Auctions.
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