Tomorrow’s free NAA netcast – Internet Auctions

National Auctioneers AssociationThe National Auctioneers Association, since early last October, has been offering a series of netcasts called Industry Insights. The presenters for these netcasts are sourced both from within and without the auction industry, and cover a wide range of topics. Each presentation lasts approximately 20 minutes, after which time there is a period of discussion and questions.

These seminars are delivered twice a month using Dimdim, which we covered last May. They’re free for NAA members, and it’s easy to sign up to participate. Simply email [email protected] to be added to the list of approved participants. The NAA website has both a list of upcoming netcasts on the members’ page as well as an archive page that lets any member view previously recorded seminars.

Tomorrow’s topic is entitled “Internet Auctions” and will be presented at 11 a.m. CDT by this author. We’ll cover 10 best practices good ideas related to the auctions themselves, the auction company and the company’s website. There is still time to sign up, so email [email protected] to reserve your spot now.

UPDATE: The seminar in question will be presented at 11 a.m. CDT on Tuesday, March 16.

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Aaron Traffas, CAI, ATS, CES

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Aaron Traffas, CAI, AMM, CES, is an auctioneer from Medicine Lodge, Kansas. He is currently community evangelist for Purple Wave in Manhattan, Kansas. Aaron serves as the current president elect for the Kansas Auctioneers Association and in the past has served on the National Auctioneers Association Education Institute Board of Trustees. He is a past instructor at CAI and co-wrote and instructed the ATS designation course from NAA. He currently instructs the Internet Auction Methods course offered by the NAA. During the summer, Aaron operates a farm in south central Kansas. Aaron is an active singer and songwriter and the Aaron Traffas Band's latest release, Enter: The Wind, can be found at iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
  • colabal

    Aaron, we are signed up and looking forward to your program. Best of Luck. You will do a great job as usual and the info will be of benefit to us online auction facilitators. Good luck. Do Kansas people support all Kansas BB teams in the NCAA's. Is there no local delineation for the home town team. Example; a Seminole would never cheer for a Gator team even if they were playing in the All Google Bowl.

  • Most Kansas people pick a horse and cheer against everyone, putting extra effort in cheering against the other Kansas team. Sounds like Florida is the same way. I'm different in that I like KU and KSU, and am glad I rarely have to pick a side.

  • colabal

    Aaron, we are signed up and looking forward to your program. Best of Luck. You will do a great job as usual and the info will be of benefit to us online auction facilitators. Good luck. Do Kansas people support all Kansas BB teams in the NCAA's. Is there no local delineation for the home town team. Example; a Seminole would never cheer for a Gator team even if they were playing in the All Google Bowl.

  • Most Kansas people pick a horse and cheer against everyone, putting extra effort in cheering against the other Kansas team. Sounds like Florida is the same way. I'm different in that I like KU and KSU, and am glad I rarely have to pick a side.