It’s iBid tutorial time, ya’ll! If you haven’t taken the tutorial, it’s time to do!
You can take the iBid tutorial at any time. You don’t have to be a “brand newbie.” Heck, I didn’t take the tutorial until I had been bidding on iBid for two years or so. iBid has made the process of learning how to use the site so much easier and more fun with the tutorial. You can see how the auctions work before you try to jump in yourself. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to use the iBid tutorial.
Where is the Tutorial?
The tutorial is located in the “Help” section on the site. There are lots of helpful things there, but the tutorial is what we are concentrating on today. Look at the picture below, and you will see a message welcoming you to iBid.
Learn How to Bid
You can use the tutorial to win a bid pack of 10 bids. You will see that your bids are being used to participate in this tutorial, but iBid will return them to you after the tutorial, and you will get to keep the bid pack of 10 bids that you will win playing against the computer as well. As I said, you can take the tutorial at any time, so if you’re low on bids and haven’t made the tutorial, you should do so to get your ten free bids.
What Does the Tutorial Do?
The tutorial is like a game against the computer. You will see other people participating in the pretend auction, but these aren’t real people. They are just there to show you how other people might act when you are playing against humans. The first thing that the tutorial shows you how to do is placing single bids with the “Bid Now” button.
The Tutorial Teaches You About AutoBid
This tutorial will also teach you how to use AutoBid. The AutoBid used more often when bidding in auctions than placing single bids, so it’s a good thing to familiarize yourself with. The tutorial can help you do that.
After you win the auction in the tutorial, you will get a glimpse of what happens when you win a real auction. The first time I won an actual auction, I was a little confused as to why there were fireworks on my screen. The tutorial will show you exactly what to look for.
Thanks for Reading the iBid Blog
I hope this article on tips for using the iBid tutorial has been helpful. I always want to encourage new bidders to learn more about iBid. If you’d like to read more, you should check out iBid’s “Tips & Tricks” section on the official site. Just click this link right here, and you can check it out.
In addition to the iBid’s “Tips & Tricks” section, there are two other blogs that iBid sponsors where you can get more information on your favourite bidding site. Have a great time on iBid and happy Bidding, everyone!