Have you ever had a friend or relative that legally changed their name? Do you remember thinking to yourself why he or she did that? I mean, to you, he just looks like a David right? For some reason the name just fits him. He sounds like a David or your friend Alex walks like an Alex. For some reason our names define us to a certain degree, and in a very similar way the username you end up choosing for your penny auction account will either give the impression of an easy victory, or it will show you as a big threat to your competition.
Another concept to consider is psychology. People tend to participate in fun and exciting things that bring a lot of pleasure, happiness and a sense of joy. On the other hand, they will avoid stressful and frustrating circumstances like a plague. What does that mean to you? Well, one of the things you’ll need to do is come up with a username that in effect says, “I’m here to play with your mind.” “I’m rich, and just want to mess with people.” “I will win no matter the cost.” “I have a temper, don’t mess with me because you’ll lose.” Please don’t take this into real life circumstances though. I am not saying you need to change your character and personality in general here. What I mean is when you are bidding using an effective username, other bidders will take notice and just might adjust their bidding around your bidding schedule accordingly.
Another important thing. If your username is slightly annoying, it will psychologically irritate your competition. You’ll want to make sure it’s annoyance level is a 3 on a scale of 1 – 10. The reason for not making it too annoying is because you don’t want to egg on your competition because they just might become more aggressive than you would like them to be.
Always remember, if your username is SLIGHTLY annoying, it will psychologically irritate your competition to your advantage.
Another easy step to vamping up your username is to use caps in appropriate places to give the Username a more clear and commanding presence.
Some penny auction sites don’t have cap options, but for the most part, they do. You can capitalize the entire username if it is just one word. This gives you a more commanding presence.
Another great way to get your Username in the minds of your competition is to get all the Free Bids you possibly can. They’re out there if you just search for them. I personally give away thousands of free bids away every day.
The reason why you’ll want to stock up on free bids is because when your competition sees you throw down a bunch of bids for one auction item they may suppose that you will win at any cost. And that is a very good place to be when participating in penny auctions.
Most people don’t consider this one little thing of having a great username as very important, but in the long run you’ll be glad you chose the right one.[ad_2]