Bonita, CA (PRWEB) July 5, 2009
While exploring all the internet free offer sites and seeing the substantial prizes being given away, our researchers often wondered, "how can those high-ticket items be free?" That was the driving idea behind the creation of FreeOfferDetective.com by the internet marketers at niagraBargain LLC. They decided to find out just how "free" free really was. The next thing they knew, they had an investigative web site displaying review articles about what their research discovered.
With all the multi-page sites requiring the user to select offers from a silver/gold/platinum layout, there appeared to be a need to show internet bargain hunters what kinds of deals they may (or may not) be encountering. It was as simple as that. This was the inspiration behind FreeOfferDetective.com, a research and review location that "de-mystifies" the online free offers.
"We think people get caught up in all the fine print," said Ralph Johnson, one of the researchers for Free Offer Detective. "We try to preempt the frustration and confusion by showing bargain hunters what to expect, before they get to the sites."
The staff at FOD claims that their investigations take on the aura of a total retro move to the film noir mysteries that were based on the old Hammett and Chandler classics of the '40s and '50s. This is why the theme for their site is straight out of the Spade and Archer office from "The Maltese Falcon."
FreeOfferDetective.com is operated by affiliate internet marketers who believe that a better informed customer is a more complete customer. Their idea is to show how much of a bargain (in other words, just how far the dollar offset from "free" the offer truly is) they can expect from a given free offer site. The thinking is that customers who are more comfortable around the sites they review will be an asset to internet commerce overall.
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