Help 411 get an Apple iMac
Hello, Hoboken411 readers! You want to put those “Free” sites to the test? I have a perfect opportunity to see if these things really work. Because if it does, it will help me out tremendously!
It takes a lot of “horsepower” to run this site, and currently I’m employing three Windows-based PC’s for all the applications required to support what content is provided. This, on top of the server the site in running on.
I’ve determined that I need yet one more piece to the puzzle: An Apple iMac. There are a couple programs that could help make 411 better that are only available on the Mac platform. And since I’m running on a lean budget, I’ve decided to try a more economically feasible way to attain that necessary hardware. And I hope that you, the Hoboken411 reader, will see the benefits of helping me add the necessary equipment to do my job.
What can you do?
As you know, 411 is already advertiser supported, and I even have a Tip/Drink Jar for grateful users to chip in (thank you to all those that already have). But what if you can’t/don’t want to contribute that way?
Well, here’s another way you can help.
Have you have seen those “Free iPod” or “Free iMac” offers out there? They require you to sign up to multiple offers, and usually send you on a painstaking wild goose chase. It’s also understandable to be skeptical when they’re giving away expensive items for free.
But in reality, people ARE getting these products for free, every single day. It’s a hot new trend in Internet advertising called Incentive Marketing.
A better promotional site
I found a different site today which is NOT a spam site, or a next-to-impossible to achieve endless loop of ridiculous offers. This is actually quick and simple, and the company seems trustworthy.
OfferCentric only requires that ONE offer needs to be completed. And it has reputable companies such as eBay, Stamps.com and Blockbuster. Many have FREE trials with no commitments (I signed up to Stamps.com, for instance), or will not charge your credit card at all. It’s that simple. I’ve read about success stories from them before.
CLICK THIS LINK to be taken to the free iMac website, and just complete one single offer for me. Be sure to read the Terms and Conditions of the offer you sign up to. I’d recommend either eBay (just register and place one bid, it doesn’t even have to be a winning bid), Stamps.com (get $5 free postage!), or Blockbuster (sign up for $9.99/month – Great if you already rent DVD’s at Blockbuster here in Hoboken).
That’s it! Once I get the necessary number of valid sign-ups, I’ll order the iMac, and hopefully can start producing even better content for you guys!
I’d love to prove to those that have any doubt, that there ARE legitimate ways to get “free” stuff. If anyone can tell me that this particular company is a scam, I’ll gladly eat my words.
Also, if response is overwhelming, and many legit sign-ups are received, I’ll even have another “Hoboken411 Giveaway” of any extra products earned. It would be my pleasure to give as much as I can back to the user community.
Link again: Help 411 get an Apple iMac
Care to give it a shot?