CaliforniaFreebies.com Experiences Tremendous Growth in Six Months

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Founded in August 2005, CaliforniaFreebies.com is the fastest-growing free stuff and coupons site on the web.

Californiafreebies.com today announced that the company experienced tremendous growth during its first six months in business, already averaging 400,000 unique visitors a month. Founded in August 2005, CaliforniaFreebies.com is the fastest-growing free stuff and coupons site on the web.

The coupon site does not require a bit of personal information, not even a ZIP code. And like most sites, it doesn't require visitors to subscribe to get to the code information. CaliforniaFreebies.com contains coupons for national and local retailers, attractions and travel. The site focuses on providing both online coupons and the printable variety to use in person at general stores.

At Printable Coupons section http://www.californiafreebies.com/free-printable-coupons.htm visitors can find coupons for large retailers such as Pier 1 Imports ($10 off $50), Carter's (20% off) and more. Grocery Coupons http://www.californiafreebies.com/free-grocery-coupons.htm are for well-known products such as Advil and Dannon, as well as forspecific grocers. Travel Coupons section http://www.californiafreebies.com/travelfreebies.htm offers savings to Legoland, Sea World and Universal Studios Hollywood.

At CaliforniaFreebies.com, Web surfers can find free product samples, free stuff for educators, complimentary magazines subscriptions. Expectant mothers can find all sorts of free information, order free kits for new parents, free baby stuff and the list goes on and on. The company's biggest hit is Free Birthday Stuff http://www.californiafreebies.com/free-birthday-stuff.htm. It was developed to provide visitors with information on where they can get birthday freebies and discounts. But what makes the site so worthwhile is that all of the freebie offerings are personally hand picked, reviewed and screened for legitimacy and offensive content affording visitors the safest environment to find free stuff on the Internet.

Coupons are big business. Each year, consumers save about $3 billion with coupons, according to the Promotion Marketing Association.

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