Many Internet users who happen to stumble upon a new referral marketing website either by accident or by deliberate search intent couldn’t help but ask: “Is FreebieJeebies scam or real? The answer couldn’t be quite clearer.
Online PR News – 05-October-2010 – – Many Internet users who happen to stumble upon a new referral marketing website either by accident or by deliberate search intent couldn’t help but ask: “Is FreebieJeebies scam or real? The answer couldn’t be quite clearer.
Launched recently as a powerful marketing referral tool that features no tricks but only real deals, FreebieJeebies is about to bring amazing rewards to anyone who can do simple referrals online.
Through its website FreebieJeebiesReview.com, anyone who signs up and agrees to simply pass on marketing information to their network of friends can pile up points which they can use to exchange for reward items.
This online referral system means affording opportunity to do those doing the referrals own fabulous gifts, like game consoles, cell phones, computers, TVs and even cash money, for free.
FreebieJeebies employs the basic principle of a marketing model that enables registered users to act as a ‘middleman’ between consumers and service providers. In the process, FreebieJeebies is paid a commission for each offer completed by referrals, which is converted to gifts.
The gifts offered by FreebieJeebies come from the sponsoring companies who are able to advertise their products and find potential clients that might use their services in the future through referrals.
Several marketing experts have noted that referral marketing is one of the most powerful forms of advertising that directly links products to potential clients-- not by anybody else, but by persons they know.
They added that referrals promote marketing with credibility since relay of information is made among friends thereby allowing consumers’ decision to be formed based on trust and confidence, and not simply by the lure of catchy ads.
Marketing researches have also cited that consumers who were referred a line of products by people they know and trust are likely to patronize these products. In certain industries for instance, like consulting and professional services, service providers are chosen largely on account of recommendations or referrals.
“Referrals are very cost-effective. In some cases, this system entails free or a fraction of what companies might have been paying in advertising costs,” according to an insider in the thriving online referral marketing work.