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Auction code?

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This seems to be an arcane topic. Doesn't anybody know about this topic? Web
search seems to come up empty so far just like asking in other newsgroup.

Jul 7 '08 #1
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Hi,,

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Jul 7 '08 #2

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Scenario 1:

The word "bidding" is a better word than "auction" as the project needs to
support people bidding on content they want somebody to host on their
websites. For example, Bidder_A offers a bid of $1.35 to pay those willing
to put the content on their websites for a specific period of time.

Bidder_B gets involved and says she will offer $1.40. Then Bidder_A will
have to offer $1.45 or drop out. The owner of the website does not have to
accept either offer. I heard Google AdWords works something like this.

Scenario 2:

The owner of a website makes it known they are looking for certain --types--
of content. The business operating the website has many visitors interested
in the specific type of content. So the owner runs an "auction" to auction
off the space on the page.
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Hi,,

Can u be a little bit more descriptive about your problem?
We will greatly appropriate an elaborate version your problem

Thanks

------
Munna

www.munna.shatkotha.com/blog
www.munna.shatkotha.com
www.shatkotha.com
Jul 8 '08 #3

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