Seth Wisely said

November 10, 2009

promo.eprize.com

Filed under: interweb — Tags: — Seth Wisely @ 12:19

I do not use pay-per-click schemes as I’m intensely anti-spam.  Coupon sites that use obfuscation urls or pay-per-click are NOT to be trusted; they’ll get paid whether or not you receive what they promise.

Another way to find ‘legit’ contest/promotions… from existing contests  (yes, it is obvious, but this is the interweb we share with iTards)

You enter the kodak ‘signup for junkmail for a shiny bobble’.. in this case a $15 gift cert.

http://kodak.promo.eprize.com/millionsofthanks/fetch_profile

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and think to yourself: “Self, I bet searching for the third level domain would be interesting” and so you do:

http://bing.com/search?q=%22promo.eprize.com%22&filt=all
http://google.com/search?q=%2Binurl:promo.eprize.com&tbs=rcnt:1

wow, that was easy…. too easy?

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Yahoo is the only one of the top webmail providers to offer INTEGRATED disposable email service.  Create a new DEA alias for every contest entry: to make it easy to get the goods and ditch the marketing.  Gmail plus addressing is NOT DEA.

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no-spam@yahoo.com

It’s as easy as SneakEmail.com but with fewer features.

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Trick or Treat

trick: give up enough info to bring a smile to the face of an identity thief

treat: a coupon or a tiny chance to win a big prize

Seth Wisely said: earn money to spend instead of burning time hoping for money

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