Become a Bzz Agent – try products for FREE

October 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
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Bzz-agentHave you heard of BzzAgent?

Bzz Agent is a word-of-mouth marketing company.  You sign up, fill out your demographic information, take the occasional survey and if you’re demographics match up with a client, you might be invited to join a “campaign”.

Sometimes you get a box with the product, sometimes you get coupons for a FREE or heavily discounted product.  You will always be given informational cards and occasionally coupons or even samples to hand out to friends and family as you Bzz.

All Bzz Agent asks you to do is try the product and tell people about it, good or bad.  Then you report back to Bzz.  The more Bzz you create, the higher your ranking which leads to more opportunities to Bzz.  Nice little circle, huh?  (In case you’re wondering, you do not have to be a blogger to participate.)

Since 2005, I’ve  tried bug repellents and dish detergent and mascara.  I’ve gotten a Sonicare Toothbrush,  Take 5 Candy Bars, and even some anti-aging cream (ahem, not that I need that sort of stuff).  However, my favorite Bzz Agent campaign was my KINDLE!

If you’re interested in trying Bzz Agent, click here.

Become a Bzz Agent – try products for FREE

July 8, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: News 

Bzz-agentHave you heard of BzzAgent?

Bzz Agent is a word-of-mouth marketing company.  You sign up, fill out your demographic information, take the occasional survey and if you’re demographics match up with a client, you might be invited to join a “campaign”.

Sometimes you get a box with the product, sometimes you get coupons for a FREE or heavily discounted product.  You will always be given informational cards and occasionally coupons or even samples to hand out to friends and family as you Bzz.

All Bzz Agent asks you to do is try the product and tell people about it, good or bad.  Then you report back to Bzz.  The more Bzz you create, the higher your ranking which leads to more opportunities to Bzz.  Nice little circle, huh?  (In case you’re wondering, you do not have to be a blogger to participate.)

Since 2005, I’ve  tried bug repellents and dish detergent and mascara.  I’ve gotten a Sonicare Toothbrush,  Take 5 Candy Bars, and even some anti-aging cream (ahem, not that I need that sort of stuff).  However, my favorite Bzz Agent campaign was my KINDLE!

If you’re interested in trying Bzz Agent, click here.

TV Guide 1-year subscription only $5.00!

April 7, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Magazines 

amazonAmazon is offering a great deal on TV Guide Magazine.  Get a 1-Year Subscription (56 issues) bundled with a TV Guide 1-Year Digital Subscription for Kindle for only $5.00.

TV Guide (1-year auto-renewal) [Print + Kindle]

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One Click Digital: FREE source for digital audiobooks

March 25, 2013 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Kindle, Recreation 

Ever since I got my Kindle, I’ve used it a lot.  Especially once I learned that many e-readers also have speakers so you can listen to audio books.  That’s a perfect option for me because I rarely have time to sit down and physically read books.  But I can listen to them while I do other things.  Yes!  Multitasking at it’s best.

While you can get a free trial from Audible Audiobooks and then pay for a monthly membership, or use Overdrive (click here for more information), there are other places you can get audio books–for FREE.

Terra of Life as a Field Trip fills you in on a great Brown County Library resource called One Click Digital:

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By now you know the library can be a great place to save money- free children’s and adult programing, a coupon basket, borrowing free movies and print books, and Overdrive for free ebooks and digital audiobooks. I love audiobooks. Love. Them. I listen to them every day when I’m driving, fixing dinner, clipping coupons, and exercising. I get all of my audiobooks whether on CD or digitally, from the library.

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