I have run across several sites that offer Freebies, only to find out that most of the time there is a catch, which you don’t find out about until you have spent your valuable time answering pages and pages of questions, which really ends up ticking me off, big time. I don’t mind taking a few minutes and answering questions, I understand that is a major part of their marketing effort, but when it drags on for over 5 minutes and it looks like there is no end in sight, it just isn’t worth my time. I have found that it pays to read as much as you can before you start any process, especially the small, fine print. There are Free Products out there, you just have to know what to look for and keep your eyes wide open, soon you’ll be getting all kinds of goodies in your mailbox from time to time.
Free Product Samples are a great way to have people try your product in hopes that they will like it and then become a valued customer, hopefully for life. I used to love going to the Costco in town, when it first opened a few years ago. At both ends of each aisle there would be a person stationed there with Free Samples of all kinds of goodies that they were trying to promote that week. You could spend hours in there walking around, gazing at all of the items, sold in bulk, that they have at such good prices, if you have a place to keep all the stuff. And while you are walking around this huge store you can pig out on all of the Free Stuff being dished out that will keep your tummy happy and give you more energy to keep you in the store, in hopes of you buying more. It’s a good plan, one that works well for them time and time again.