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    I have a freestuff domain that I never developed. Do people still make any money with "free stuff" web sites ?

    I think there used to be a sponsor that would automatically update the offers for you.

    Ideas ?

    Cheers,
    Rich

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    I would let it expire. I don't see any money in it, but i don't know, doubt it, never tried the free stuff.

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    Free = 0;

    Free != $;

    exit;

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    Depends what the domain is. If it's good one, you may consider selling it.

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    You're probably thinking about websponsors.com

    If you PM me I'll give you a link with my referral code in it.

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    Affiliate Manager Allen Nance's Avatar
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    Give it to me for "FREE"



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    I own a freebies site, a popular one too. Some of the old abw members from cj discussion boards know who I am. Now I make a solid $200 a month from freebies. and if I had help I could be up to the thousand a month like I used to be making. So busy right now just don't have time to work on it It's pretty much hard work to operate a freebies site and make sure they exist and don't expire. Of course right now I'm focusing on a new different project. :0)

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Witness:
    Free = 0;

    Free != $;

    exit;<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Another way to put it is:

    $Free = 0;
    if ($Free eq '$') {die("You must be mad....");}
    exit;





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    Affiliate Marketing Consultant Linda - 5starAffiliatePrograms's Avatar
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    Mr Speed,

    Try Direct Repsonse and sign up for their myfreebies site.

    It looks like this http://www.myfreebies.com and is automatically updated. I have a friend that makes a little bit off of this. Build you site so it links to each individual product area. Ie: Free magazines, Free diet pills samples. Free stuff for women, sweepstakes, contests,etc.

    It would be quick easy way to build a site and use that domain. They keep the content and new offers up for you. Can't promise you will make a lot but some of their offers do convert and pay pretty well. Like the free home business magazine that pays... uh can't remember... $13 or $15 I think.

    Linda Buquet ~ Affiliate Management Consultant ~ Catalyst eMarketing.com
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    That's what I'm talking about. A set it and forget it solution that can hopefully get some income.

    I was a member of websponsors.com at one point but we parted ways. I don't remember why though.

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