The other day, I was confronted by a referral on the Anything4Free trading forums. He was worried that, if he put in all of the effort now, freebie trading wouldn’t be worth it in the long run in terms of the time spent. He wanted my advice on the matter.
I started a trade with you some time ago. Sorry it’s taken so long. Been a lot of stuff going on. I did have some questions for you, since I’m pretty much new to this whole freebie thing, with only a couple trades under my belt.
Basically, I’m just worried that eventually this whole thing will be a waste of my time and too much work for the little profit I get back from it. The trial offers are pretty much static – they don’t change much – and I have already been having problems finding offers I’m genuinely interested in. My question is, won’t all the offer possibilities dry up with method 1? I don’t find too many that are worth doing… like, they cost too much to where the profit made off of them is hardly worth it. Do you just have to eek by to get your trade rating to four and then start doing method 2? Is that really the way to make money with this?
I enjoy the strategy of it, and making $ of course. I’m just worried I’m going to be disappointed in the long run.
Thanks for your time,
-serv” Continue reading
If you have a trade rating (TR) of 4 or higher and you think you’re ready to move on to Method 2 of freebie trading and recruit your own referrals, buckle your seat belts. It’s going to be a long and entertaining ride. But, if you’re new to freebie trading or think you can still benefit from Method 1, I suggest reading my Beginner’s Guide to Anything4Free: Method 1 post to familiarize yourself with the process. For a more detailed overview on Method 1 and Method 2, read my Project Payday review.
First, you’ll need to master the art of patience before freebie trading can become a rewarding hobby. There are so many factors of freebie trading that is beyond your control when diving into Method 2. Referrals will go on hold, offers will take centuries to credit and questions will pile up in your in-box, among the few. It will become your duty to help your referrals go off that hold, explain how to submit missing credit requests to speed up the process of offer crediting and answer all questions in your in-box, one by one.
You’ll also need to be flexible. Some days will be hectic, and you’ll have to bustle about answering questions, initiating trades and responding to trade thread inquiries. Other days you’ll find yourself refreshing the Anything4Free forums tab a hundred times, just to see if you have any new messages. Continue reading
Before I talk about missing credit requests, I think we should refresh our memory and touch briefly on freebie trading terminology for any confused readers out there. In my Beginner’s Guide to Anything4Free: Method 1 post, I briefly discussed the term IFW. IFW stands for Incentivized Freebie Website or simply websites for which you complete a certain number of offers in order to earn a reward, often cash but sometimes items as well. If you’re trading in Method 1, you would complete offers on IFWs and get paid by the trader your completing the offers for. For method 2, you recruit other traders to IFWs so that you can receive a gift from the IFW after your referrals get credited for all required offers.
Now that I’ve re-informed you exactly what IFWs are, let’s talk about missing credit requests. When you complete an offer on an IFW, you must wait a bit for credit. Often times, the offer gets credited within a few hours after completion. Sometimes the offer won’t get credited until 24 hours have passed. “Instant” offers, for example, shouldn’t take longer than 24 hours to receive credit. Other offers that aren’t “instant” can take days to credit. So, if there’s so much variation, how do you know when to submit a missing credit request?
After my extensive Project Payday review, you must be wondering why I’m now calling Project Payday a scam. My simple answer: I’m not. This post isn’t going to cover why I think Project Payday is a scam, because I don’t. Not everyone has the same view as me though. In fact, there are many Project Payday complaints going around the Internet from some skeptical individuals. And that’s good. It’s good to be skeptical about a program you’re not very familiar with, especially if you haven’t yet gotten paid. But why are there so many Project Payday complaints when I so confidently claim Project Payday is legitimate? There wouldn’t be Project Payday complaints without a reason, right? Well, let’s take a look at them.
Because freebie trading has very good money making potential, many people want to give it a try, but they’re unsure with how to start. As I mentioned in my Project Payday Review, there are three ways to make money from trading. In this guide I focus on getting started with the forums Anything4Free. Continue reading
Want to learn how to get referrals on freebie websites? Many new members to Anything4Free and other freebie forums want to get referrals as soon as they reach a trade rating of 4 or higher in order to increase their money making potential. After trying for a while to get referrals but finding that none will come their way, some new members start getting discouraged and quit trading altogether. What they don’t realize is that it takes time and effort to get anywhere in the trading business, especially if your goal is to get that big trade rating of 50 or even 100. You have to really work at it in order to have referrals start piling up. After all, members in the community need to trust you in order to even consider trading with you. As the community expands, some members start scamming others by falsely completing a trade or not paying after a completed trade, so trustworthy reputable traders are in higher demand. Because of this, some newcomers won’t even consider trading with someone else who has a low trade rating. However, there are ways to turn their heads and increase the chances that they’ll trade with you. Find out how to get referrals in the steps to follow. Continue reading
Seeing the website advertised literally everywhere on the Web, I automatically assumed that Project Payday was just another one of those scam programs that claim you’ll earn extra income online when, really, the company ends up taking all the money you should be earning. So, I looked up more information on Google and found quite a lot of success stories where people claimed that they were making decent profit with Project Payday. Some members even claimed to make over $500 a month! This caught my attention, and I decided to test it out for myself, since the opportunity is free of cost and I had nothing to lose but time.
After opting to do the free offer, instead of paying the $34.95 fee to join, I went straight to the video tutorials and got started. The next hour, I had enough credits to receive $15 in earnings. In a few hours afterward, I received an email stating that $15 was deposited into my PayPal account. Continue reading