Become a Product Reviewer
Have you ever thought about trying out products as a way to receive free samples online? Believe it or not. there are small business owners searching for people to test out their high valued products and to provide them with honest feedback. Not all offers are free or high in value, as you’ll notice the enormous amount of free iPhone or Smartphone cases to try. But in the case of an item not being free to review, the business will offer a steep discount on the item – as much as 95% or even higher – through the use of a unique Amazon.com promotion code. Make sure to also check out the article How to Become an Amazon Product Reviewer – Even Without a Blog! from SlapDashMom.com.
To get started reviewing products, I’ve compiled a list of three of the popular Amazon product review websites:
It’s a good idea to connect with other experienced reviewers who can help you through the process, or any questions you may have. Once you start receiving your free samples on a continuous basis, you’re going to have to figure out how best to categorize which company it came from, how to review the product to meet Amazon’s TOS, etc. That’s where joining relevant Facebook Groups can help. There are quite a few Facebook Groups you can join, but the best ones I’ve found are Slap Dash Reviewers, Amazon Reviews Club, and Amazon Reviewers Club.
Check Out Freebie Blogs
If you want to know when freebies and samples are made available as they become available, then you can follow some of the popular freebie/free sample blogs. You can find anything from free downloadable Kindle books, instant win games, beauty samples, sweepstakes and more.
Signup for FREE 30 day Product Samples
Ok sooo.. maybe not so much of a free sample if you pay for shipping, but they are free! I’m one of the guilty few addicting to trying out sample products that offer a FREE 30 day trial. I think it’s a useful way to find new products you might end up loving, but not having to commit to the full cost. I find that subscription boxes offer some of the best offers, because they offer multiple samples in a box and some box subscription services give deluxe sized samples. In a nut shell, you could be getting store sized products – for free.
Some places to check out:
Keep in mind that some offers do require you to use your credit card for your free 30 day trial, and I find that most places that do require it are for the shipping costs. What I typically end up doing is cancelling any future orders after I receive my subscription box in the mail so that I don’t end up forgetting about it, and receive a surprise charge on my credit card in the future. Of course if I’m totally in low with the service, I end up keeping the monthly subscription.
What ways have you found free samples, and what was your favorite freebie you’ve ever received?