yoFreeSamples Announces "Free Mascara" Contest

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yoFreeSamples.com has announced the "Free Mascara" contest. This contest offers customers to fill out a survey and sign up for a newsletter to gain entries. There will be five winners in all who can receive free mascara. Free stuff, freebies and free coupons are offered weekly in the newsletter.

We have some offers where you can get a computer, cell phone, jewelry, gift cards… Marketers want the business and the consumer can make out big by participating in some of those, especially if the offers are for something they were going to buy or subscribe to anyway

yoFreeSamples.com has announced the "Free Mascara" contest. This contest offers customers to fill out a survey and sign up for a newsletter to gain entries. There will be five winners in all who can receive free mascara. Free stuff, freebies and free samples are offered weekly in the newsletter as a bonus.

The contest runs from September 14th 2009 to November 1st 2009. The winner will be announced on November 2nd 2009 via a random drawing. The winner will receive a Maybelline or Max Factor brand name full size mascara. Open to U.S. residents only. The survey data will not be sold and will only be used to provide a better experience to our friendly visitors at yoFreeSamples.com. Read the free giveaway rules here.

Besides free samples give aways and other free products. yoFreeSampels has always offered coupons for savings on products you can buy in stores. Plus there are specially selected offers - discounts on memberships or deals where buying or subscribing pays off with a substantial gift. John Clark the webmaster explains how free stuff can happen on the web. "We have some offers where you can get a computer, cell phone, jewelry, gift cards… Marketers want the business and the consumer can make out big by participating in some of those, especially if the offers are for something they were going to buy or subscribe to anyway," Clark says.

"People should be aware that signing up for these offers means they might get some extra emails," says Clark. He recommends using a special email account for offers to keep those extra emails out of your personal accounts. "They also need to keep an eye on trial offer deadlines so they can out if they don't like something they signed up for," he says. In most cases, as long as you cancel on time, you get to keep the free gifts or free stuff."

As with all free stuff, they may not cost you any money, but you are "paying" by providing information suppliers can use for marketing purposes. But most agree that's a small price to pay, especially when it may drive more good offers your way. "As long as the consumer is aware - and some even like having their favorite companies know what they're interested - it's a really good way to get some really good stuff."

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