Free iPods

Since my traffic is supposedly going to increase now that I joined Blog Explosion, I thought I’d post another reminder that I’m trying to get a free iPod. Kymberlie got hers a few weeks ago. So did Christine. So hopefully now it’ll be my turn soon.

So click here and sign up for an offer – they offer things from places like Columbia House, The Literary Guild and even a coffee club. I’ve been told that once you’ve signed up for something, you can cancel it about three days later and I’ll still get credit. Or you can keep the membership of whatever club you join.

Help a poor girl out! Follow my link, sign up for you own iPod, and help me in the process!

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  1. Ooo, remind me to ask you to work on this when we come over on Thursday night. You and I can take 5 minutes and see why I can’t get the Columbia House offer.

    I will totally sign up so you can get one.

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Free iPods

So folks in the Blogosphere are helping other bloggers post links to get a free iPod from freeipods.com. I hesitated signing up for it for a long time but Kymberlie just got notice from them that her iPod has shipped. So, I have also signed up and encourage others to do so as well!

If you can get FIVE people to complete ONE offer (offers include BMG Music, Columbia House DVD, Blockbuster Online, The Literary Guild, etc.) you can get a free iPod, including a 20GB iPod that holds 5000 songs! That’s a lot of songs, people.

My link is found here and if you start an account and complete an offer through that link it helps me qualify for a free iPod AND it gets you started towards getting your own! I’ve been told that some people have gotten spam emails at the email address they use, so feel free to create an email address at hotmail or yahoo specifically for spam purposes. I use my hotmail account for all online purchases and forms so that ALL spam goes there instead of my legitimate email addresses.

When you sign up it’ll ask you if you want to take advantage of tons of offers – just click NO on all of them until you get to the main page of offers and referrers. The first batch of offers are not worth your time or energy, but the page of offers on the referrer page is the “good” set of offers.

I signed up for Columbia House DVD and I can either wait and cancel the subscription and return the DVDs I get (and still get the credit at freeipods.com), or I can just fulfill the obligation of 3 DVDs in two years and quit the club and STILL have a 20GB iPod in my possession.

For further info as to whether it’s legit or not – please see the article at Wired.com.

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  1. Dude, I deleted that message in my 0Spam box because I assumed it was spam. I didn’t even look at who sent it, just the subject line.

    *running off now to remove Jaynee from my blacklist*

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