I've recently gotten into sites where you test products or complete surveys to get free stuff.
So far, I've used CrowdTap.com and BzzAgent.com.
CrowdTap allows you to complete surveys and other actions to earn credits towards rewards or for a charity of your choice. This site features 'quick hits,' which are one question polls from which you earn points, as the primary point earning system. CrowdTap, currently in its beta stage, can be joined by invitation only. I joined via and invitation from Old Navy, and in the invitation email, I was told that I could earn free sample clothes and other free things for participating.
CrowdTap is a great site because it's easy and fun to earn points. All it takes is a few minutes to earn points, and the points can be redeemed once you reach $10 in earnings. It looks like it's just getting started up, so it's a great time to get onto the site and be a part of it as it grows.
BzzAgent, on the other hand, allows you to write reviews about products, services and companies. You also get the opportunity to complete short surveys and participate in product testing. For example, I've tested makeup, food and stationery, just to name a few. As a BzzAgent, you get to test products in exchange for sharing your opinion and telling others about the products.
BzzAgent interfaces with MyPoints.com, so when you complete activities on the site, you earn credits which can be redeemed for gift cards.
If You Like To Travel or Shop...
If you like shopping and/or traveling and are a good networker, the fashion, travel and home decor sites linked here are great for you. When you refer people and they make their first purchase on each site, you earn credits toward future purposes. Plus, on these sites, you get access to designer clothing sample sales, home decor sample sales and travel deals at greatly reduced prices.
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