With the recent launch of FreeSampleAgent.com, consumers really do get something for nothing.
Burlington, VT (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
There's not much of a silver lining to living through a Great Recession - but there is one advantage for consumers. Seeing as the average person is far less likely to impulse buy any new product or service with their shrinking and unstable disposable income, companies are growing more and more desperate to attract new business.
So, with each passing day, dozens more big name companies find themselves having to offer unprecedented free samples, free trials and other goodies in the hopes of winning consumer interest and loyalty. Of course, these companies are still in the business of making money - so they're not exactly shouting these steals from the rooftops. That's where websites like FreeSampleAgent.com come in.
What is FreeSampleAgent.com?
FreeSampleAgent.com is a website dedicated to offering the largest selection of the latest free offers available from mostly top consumer packaged goods companies. With Americans less apt to impulse buy any new products they don't normally use, more and more of these companies are resorting to free offers as a means of winning their customers' interest and loyalty. Free Sample Agent scours the web for all of these offers - from baby, pet, household and food samples to coupons, free gift cards, electronics samples, clothing samples and other assorted free stuff. Free Sample Agent works to ensure that all of the offers are completely legitimate and none will require any credit card or sensitive information. Free Sample Agent also provides its guests with quality money saving information, budget tips and other penny-pinching resources.
How To Start Getting Free Samples:
Free Sample Agent's twice-weekly newsletter is choc-full of brand name freebies. Anyone can sign up for free by visiting FreeSampleAgent.com and entering their name and email address.
Note: FreeSampleAgent.com respects its members' email privacy and will not send users Spam or other unrelated emails.