Monday, August 10, 2009

Fun New Forum

Jayman's Freebie World is a new forum for those in the freebie industry or for those looking to earn free prizes like Free PSP 3's, Free iPhones, Free Computers and even Free Cash! It's a great way to earn extra income on the side, too.

Go check it out!

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Our Squidoo Page

We have just made a squidoo page. Please visit us there :-)


Wednesday, July 1, 2009

New Website

Just wanted to share with you all our new website - This is the same as our other site, which is now being forwarded to the new site.

Articles about Freebie Trading

I've been writing some articles and have them published various places.

You can check a few of them out here:

These are written by me, so that means you can not copy them and call them your own. If my articles are found anywhere and my name and links are not included with the articles, I will be sure they are removed.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Notice about PWW Offers

Please read the beginning of my blog to understand this post - What Exactly is Freebie Trading

PWW is a company called Pacific Webworks.

The following offers will call to verify your order and information: Eauction Tutor, Quickbooks, SEO Supervisor (Google), Eauction Expert, Increase My Margin, Yahoo Search Success, Amazon Profits, Forex GTG, Pacific Webworks Business Tools, and Esuccess2u . This advertiser calls users on the phone to verify their signing up for the offer. They do this in an effort to prevent fraudulent registrations. If you tell the advertiser you did not order, if you cancel the order, or tell them you are only completing the offer for credit (not genuinely interested to try it) - it will be revoked. If the advertiser calls and an automated voice mail answers and they are not able to reach you - it will be revoked. If you provide false information or a false email address, the credits will be revoked and in this case, your account will be placed on hold permanently.

** There may be other offers involved in this. When reading the terms of the offer, look for the company name. Also, while I am on this subject, you are only allowed to do one of their offers no matter how many sites you see them on. **

Huge thanks to Marcobucks for letting us know about this.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Why is this called Freebie Trading?

Be sure to read our Welcome Message and What Exactly is Freebie Trading messages before reading this, so you understand what we are talking about.

I get this question, alot, too. I sign up and do offers, so how could this be called a freebie business? The prizes you receive are the freebies. To get started, in any business, you need to spend a little money to get started. We help you to offset that start up money by paying you to get started. Once you have completed a site and are green and stay green, then you can start referring others to your site. The prize you choose are actually free, once your referrals have completed your site. You do not pay anything for your prizes, they are all completely free!

All of the sites that I start everyone with are forever green sites. That means that once you get the required number of referrals for the prize you chose, you cash out. Then you start all over again and you can cash out as many times as you would like.

OK, I get that, so I still don't understand about the trading part. Well on all the forums that we work on there are 2 separate areas. One is a referral for referral section and one is a paying for referral section. The referral for referral (or green for green) is set up so that you are trading greens. For example - I see a site in that section that I have not completed yet, I ask them if they can do one of my sites for their site. You green on their site and they green on your site. That is called a trade. Once your trade partner has greened on your site, you can cash out for the prize you have chosen.

The other section, paying for referrals is where people pay you to complete their sites, like I am doing will all of you. This is also called a trade, because you are greening on my site and I pay you for helping me. Most forums have a Trade Manager where all of your trades go. Once you have both completed the requirements, you leave feedback for one another and that is called a iTrader Rating (TR). That TR is important because others will read it and see if they want to work with you or not. It is similar to ebay's feedback system. In ebay, you want to know if the person is reliable before you buy their product, it works very similar in the trading business.

If you want more information on how to get started, please visit our blog post found here.