Using Referral Trading to Get a Free MacBook Pro
First off, I'd like to say I'm glad to be a member here. I'm doing research for an article about getting free stuff online for my website, pcfastlane.com.
I am trying to get a free MacBook from freemacbookpro.com. I think trading is good way to get the 20 sign ups I need in order to get it.
Do you think it would be realistic for me to get my 20 sign ups simply by trading referrals? I have only registered at 2 or 3 other free product sites.
I suppose it is possible, since you are new, and most people are unaware of that site. I think you should try a more credible network like TraInn. Go to www.trainn.org for a list of sites, etc.
Sure it's realistic to get 20 refs by trading. It just depends on the popularity of the site.
That's an FSA site, not sure they have the best reputation around here. Seems I recall them being somewhat sketchy, but again I'm not sure I ever heard a confirmation on that. They aren't very popular here at least (in the sense of a lot of people here doing their sites).
I think I'd be realistic as well. Since you're new to this, you can trade for anysite and get a referral for yours in return.
I did some more research on it and can't find anything good about it.
Does anyone know of a similar site that offer free Macbook Pros?
Thanks for the help!
You could try the orderit4free network which has custom order. Their ratio is $40/ref so just divide how much it costs by 40 and you get the amount of refferals you need. I'd start out small and then make your way big.
Edit www.orderit4free.com, www.orderpcs4free.com, www.ordermore4free.com, www.ordercells4free.com
Alternatively you could get referalls on the your gifts free network for a custom order. They are also $40/ref but have support 2nd to none.
you could also do a do it yourself site as well as auction off some refs.
i would research the DIY sites, see which one you want to do and sign up, look at the offers on each page and figure out which to do. then you could do an auction getting cash for referrals you do for others and go back and use this cash to pay for the offers you have to do on the DIY site. the point of signing up for the DIY site first is that if you have enough money you can do the site first and also so that you do not use up good offers that you can do on the DIY site....does that make sense?
But of course, with that, the amount of referrals needed increases through custom orders.
Try browsing through our popular do-it-yourself forum and see if you that better because ultimately, you are essentially completing the offers for yourself when you are trading for referrals.
What are some good DIY sites and forums? I'm looking for sites with easy to cancel offers that are at least somewhat reputable. I [b4bfeaff21e]do not[/b4bfeaff21e] want to find myself on the phone for 5 hours trying to cancel a mail order Viagra subscription.
[quotea18112d035="Sleepy_Sentry"]What are some good DIY sites and forums? I'm looking for sites with easy to cancel offers that are at least somewhat reputable. I [ba18112d035]do not[/ba18112d035] want to find myself on the phone for 5 hours trying to cancel a mail order Viagra subscription.[/quotea18112d035]
You should sign up for offers you are genuily interested in. Cancellation talk is forbidden on the forums because it is fraud.
With that being said, look at the term and conditions of the offers you do. This way, if you [ba18112d035]try[/ba18112d035] out an offer and do not feel like it is not for you, you know how to keep from being billed further.