I am always on the hunt for a good deal.
When I love it I talk about it.
I wish a earned a commission when I did.
Wait a Minuit, I CAN. And so can you!
Pretty soon you will hear a new phrase Social Commerce Network n: Using social media and online media in conjunction with a centralized community of members that supports social interaction and user contributions, to assist in the online buying and selling of products and services and the direct reward of those members who participate in the actual creation and exchange of value.
But if you take a look around you will see the start of it in many places. It's in those places that this busy stay at home mom is finding new ways to stretch and even earn a buck.
Over the next few weeks I am going to SHARE with you all they ways I have found to do this. And with Christmas right around the corner can't we all use or benefit from saving an extra buck.
By the way, YES, these are affiliate links. That's how this whole Social Commerce works and its not a scam. It's smart marketing from these stand alone companies. In fact my hope is that you too will have your own set of affiliate links before we are done.
I'm going to start with getting free books. Real honest to goodness paper back and hard cover books. The cost to join? Free! The cost to ship the books? Free! The time it takes...I would say less then 15 min to start and even less time the that if you want to keep earning free books.
Here is how. Go to this link at TyndaleRewards
Register for FREE.
Choose what FREE things you want to sign up for.
Share your unique referral code with your friends and family on Facebook/Twitter/Blog or email.
Want to earn more points? Sign up for the newsletter. Take super short surveys. (This is not one of those into the Bermuda Triangle kind of surveys! I have done three and cannot even change a diaper faster then they too.) Join the Birthday Club. Or write a Tyndale Product review. All the instructions are on the site and very user friendly.
Tyndale publishing is known for some amazing authors like Beth Moore and Francine Rivers. And beautiful Bibles as well. I used my first bunch of Tyndale points to get the kids a fun Hard back comic book style Bible for small kids called Rumple! Zap! Pow! by Diane Stortz. The graphics are fun, the stories clear and they even have activities to go along with them.
I'm currently saving up my Tyndale points to get a "grown up" Bible for my oldest but I also have my eyes on some fiction for me.
Got to buzz, I have some fall cleaning to do.