If you’re like most Beezid users the level of frustration you face when bidding can take a toll. I know it did with me and it wasn’t long until I was sick of losing so much money and never walking away with a win. Many would say beezid is comparable to a casino poker table and I definitely agree.
The only difference here is it’s probably easier to win at a poker table than it is on Beezid. Don’t get too upset here because I’ll reveal a simple way you can beat their system and erase the crappy feeling you get every time you run out of bids or lose an auction. However before we learn how to win, you have to understand how and why you lose.
Why You Lose On Beezid
It doesn’t take a genius to see why Beezid is so popular, they promise you the world. “Win this (insert desired product) for pennies”, “Never pay retail, (insert desired product) at 90% off” you have to be silly not to give it a try.
So you pull out your credit card and purchase a bid pack and start bidding like a gambler on payday. Before you know it, you have 1 bid left, you close your eyes and boom, it’s gone. You lost my friend, sorry try again. So you try again, and get the same result, you get mad and stop for a while.
But then you return, because now you’re smarter, you took a minute and thought about the best strategy possible and now you’re ready to give it another shot, only to come up short again.
1) You lose because you’re emotional - seeing that gadget that you’ve always wanted makes you want it even more, seeing it being auctioned off for pennies makes you lose your mind and pull out your wallet. Your first lesson should be to learn not to be so impulsive. I guarantee you that losing that impulsive side will aid you in other areas of your life, not just beezid.
2) You lose because the tools Beezid gives you suck - The only tool they provide you with that serves any purpose is their autobeezid feature which allows you to set the amount of bids and criteria to enter the bidding. The other tool is their bidding history tool which shows the last 10 bidders and that’s pure garbage.
Let’s take a second and go back to our poker table scenario. I told you that your chances of winning are much higher at a casino poker table than on beezid and it’s absolutely true.
At the poker table you know exactly how many people are playing, you see some of the cards, and you can gather up historical information such as how many times player A bluffs and how many times player B folds, etc. If you’re good, you develop a strategy based on the data observed and rise to the top as you acquire chips from the falling losers!
Back to beezid and why their tools suck so much. Unlike the poker table, you don’t know how many people you’re competing with, it can 10 or it can be 100′s of eager beavers just like you.
In addition you can’t see your competition, and you know nothing about them. You don’t know how many bids they’ve placed and how many auctions they’ve won. So you’re sitting there infront of your computer clicking the bid button blindly. You mind as well put on a blindfold and go to a casino, again your chances of winning will be much higher.
But what if I told you that you can beat the system and regain control?
Winning on beezid requires a great strategy but 90% of that strategy is having enough information about your competition.
If you’re like most people you don’t have the time to sit there and log it all yourself. What I mean by that is sitting there with a pen and paper listing out all you competition by user name and logging every bid with a tally mark. But you know what, that’s exactly what I and many others did. This method allowed me to gain important information that others bidding in the auction simply didn’t have. I knew all the bidders and how many bids they placed. Most people purchase the beginner pack and have about 50 bids to place.
By doing this I noticed a key trend. Most of my competition was dropping out when they hit near the 50 bids mark. Towards the end of the auctions, there only remained a few bidders. Either these bidders were pros or they purchased the largest bid pack available.
Many would still be intimidated, but I wasn’t. Even though I knew everything about my competition, I also studied historical data. In weeks prior I would leave auctions running on the items that I wanted to win. I didn’t bid but what I did do is record the winning costs. I noticed that wins were all pretty much consistent and only varied by a few dollars.
This was the only strategy that gave me the opportunity to win my first auction. But I got tired of keeping records and gave up. Like most people, I simply didn’t have enough time to do it anymore.
But that all changed when I got word of BeezidPro. I first learned about the tool by stumbling upon an advertisement on google. After reading what the tool was about and what it would do for me I realized it was exactly what I was doing in the above approach.
The huge difference here was that it was all automated. This simple plugin worked seamlessly with my browser and gave me all the information I needed to win in real time.
But it did much more than just auctions I was interested in. It literrally had information on every single beezid user, how many auctions they bid on, how many they lost and won, how many bids they placed, and all the historical data on every single beezid product ever auctioned off.
My original strategy was good but this tool allowed me to be a professional. I use this tool religiously and I know you’ll find use for it too. The best part about BeezidPro is that it’s completely risk free.
If you decide it’s not for you, you’ll get a refund faster than Mcdonalds serving you a BigMac meal.
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