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Maximise your selling price for old gadgets with new site Bidvoy

2014 Feb 18th 09:45 AM

A new online device intends to help eBay sellers optimise their selling price of gadgets and phones by informing you of not only how much current phones are selling for, but also the best time of day to end your auction to guarantee the best price.

The German-based site, Bidvoy makes its informed decisions founded on research of thousands of eBay and Amazon listings. It monitors monthly price differences and shows weekly trends. The site shows finished eBay auctions in a clear graphic, this enables the trend of the price to be seen clearly.

Sellers, and buyers, can submit the make or model of their gadget and results can be filtered by category and time frame. Users can also switch between Auction and Buy It Now listings and whether the device is used or new. Results can also be filtered by country, including the UK, U.S and Germany.

One of the most interesting finds of the site reveals when the best time to buy the particular model is, and the amount a buyer is most likely to pay, as well as the ideal time to sell. This is broken down into four-hour windows and even shows what day of the week to buy and sell on. Users can also see the average price the device sells for, the weekly price trend for that device and how many auctions the data is based on.

This site would prove to be very useful if you had a large batch of gadgets to sell as it focuses  on every detail you need to know to achieve the best selling price. The website is very easy to use and is definitely worth a look as a seller to increase your sales.  





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