On the Right Track With Tips from DealDash


Are you fairly new to DealDash but feel like you haven’t gotten started on the right track? Let DealDash help.

Getting started on the right track is a very important when you begin bidding on DealDash. If you get started on the wrong track then you can develop some bad habits that will follow you throughout your time on DealDash. It’s just like anything else in life, if you get started doing things the improper way then it’s very difficult to break out of your bad habits and do things the correct way. Read on for some tips from DealDash to get things started on the right foot.

Be Sure You Don’t Develop Rude Habits

If you’re new to DealDash, you might not understand what constitutes rude behavior. Luckily, I’m here to tell you do you don’t accidentally do something rude. However, you can bid any way that you like, so if you choose to be rude, then that’s fine, too, it’s not against the rules.

The main thing that you shouldn’t do is “stomp” on other people’s bids. On DealDash, for every second that a person is the highest bidder in a particular auction they earn “clock time” that is shown at a bar on the bottom of the screen. When the bar is filled up then DealDash will give you however many free bids that you are eligible to “claim.”

Stomping (or being a Stomper) on someone else’s bid means to bid directly after someone without letting the first persons “clock” run down to 2-3 seconds. This is definitely classified as rude behavior on DealDash, and if you make a habit of doing this then be prepared for other people to do it to you.

Practice Good Manners on DealDash

We talked about a rude habit, so let’s talk about good manners. If you read the above, then you know that it’s good manners to wait until the time clock is down to 2-3 seconds before you bid. Another way to show good manners on DealDash is to join the auction early and not wait until the last moment before the price reaches $5. DealDash has a “No Jumpers” after $5 policy, which means that you have to have placed at least one bid before the auction price is over $5. This is so that people can’t keep jumping into the auction and not giving the people who have been bidding all along a fair shot.

Thanks for Reading the Tips Blog

I hope this article has encouraged you to get off to a great start on DealDash. Go ahead check out the auctions on DealDash. Visit DealDash now to see what’s up for bid. DealDash has everything you need.  Good luck and happy bidding everyone!


This sponsored DealDash blog post was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated by DealDash for this blog post. Read even more at DealDashTips.comDealDashReviewed.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.