Southaven, MS (PressExposure) April 12, 2011 -- Entertainment shopping & online auction company Getintoo.com just launched an alternate auction view displaying "hot auctions" when a certain number of bids have been placed. The company recently improved transparency by offering full disclosure on the number of bids necessary to close each auction, the cost of the product, the exact mark up showing their approximate profits (gross & net), and how many voucher bids were placed. After studying the bidding patterns of their users and performing some market research, GetInToo is changing the bid count display when an auction reaches a specific number of bids. This number is a calculation of how many bids are needed, how many have been placed and how fast those bids were placed. The new display shows a "HOT AUCTION" so you'll know that the item should be closing soon.
The Company is working hard on making changes that benefit their customers and maintain integrity with the bidding process. The company is constantly communicating and listening the feedback of their customers and most love their low bid auction system. The company is confident that they are changing the pay to bid auction industry for the better by adding transparency and listening to customer suggestions and implementing those that are possible. The "hot auction" display was a suggestion by a user who found GetInToo and registered before the auction site even officially launched. "We have some loyal customers, those from the start have been patient with changes and tweaks to our online auction and have given feedback to us every step of the way. It's an amazing to have such great customers who we can interact with so transparently" says, Greg Walding President of the company.
Other exciting new things happening at Get In Too, LLC: The company has received many inquiries on allowing users to sell items through website so they are going to start taking applications for qualified sellers. Only serious sellers should apply because there will be a qualification process. The company only wants professional sellers who they and their customers can trust. They are also working on a buy items now feature and have recently launched a new logo that states "No Bid$ Wasted" along with a blue swoosh. They admit they lacked a brand awareness and have a new laser focus on branding their lowest unique bid online auction.
The company says: "You just gotta get in too"! And remember, "if your bids don't win you can use them again".