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Updated on December 11, 2009

Where Can You Get Some of These Freebies?

For as long as I can remember, I have been blessed to be able to find free stuff. Now I find tons of freebies online.  Are they really free?  Yes, free.  No shipping or handling charges.  Totally free stuff.  Let me tell you more.

How did I get all this free stuff?

It may be with the strange habit I have of reading product labels, posters at bus stops, mail catalogs or the fine print in newspapers.  In my life time I have received tons of merchandise for things I already do.  What things? Well, like getting a physical or scheduling prenatal visits.  (I received a brand new juicer, phone cards, a play pen, a blender and more!)  I'm not including freebies I've won in contests.  What I'm discussing are free samples, free trial size products and other merchandise.  For example when my son was a baby, I saw that the baby food jar had a bright pink cardboard around it.  I read this label while I was on the supermarket line.  The label was a promotion that offered a coupon for 50 free baby food jars when you mailed them 100 labels.  That was a no brainer.  How many people do you think ripped off the label and never got the 50 free baby food jars? 

That was then, but where do I find the free stuff now?

Today I find free samples, free services and free coupons on the internet.  What do I do with these finds?  I post them on my blogs to share them with everyone!

What freebies have I found?

Who gives away all this free stuff?

Companies, entrepreneurs and even bloggers give away free stuff. 

Why do companies give away free stuff?

Companies like to give away free samples of products and services because they know the power of word of mouth!  That power is magnified with the reach of the internet.  They know that when they give away a free sample, tons of freebie hunters will post them on blogs, forums and social media sites.  This sends them more traffic, increases their page rank and gives them better placement on search engine result pages.  To make it even more appealing, they will send a coupon for a future purchase.  Most people will use the coupon and that's exactly what they want.  They know how brand loyalty works!

Why do bloggers give away free stuff?

Some bloggers run contests or give away free stuff to increase their rss subscriptions, their email subscriptions, their backlinks and/or their twitter followers!

Why do entrepreneurs give away free stuff?

Webdesigners and internet marketers give away free wordpress templates, ebooks and software because they want to build their lists, get backlinks and go viral!

Now that you know the who, what, where, why and how of free stuff- go get the free stuff!   You can come back later and read more of my stuff on HubPages.  Don't forget to bookmark my profile or hub, so you can find your way back. 

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