When Is Free Really Free?
I started a side project so as to generate some extra income and one of the benefits of this side project is that I get to offer to everyone a chance to register for some free silver with no purchase necessary on their part and I don’t make any money at all if they do go and register to win some free silver.
Many of us have had it ingrained into our subconscious that if something is free that there is a catch to it and that most likely there will be lots of pain associated to accepting it! That is just pure hogwash and as long as we allow limiting beliefs like that to control us we are going to miss out on some fantastic opportunities!
I will be the first to admit that none of us can afford to sit around and wait until what we want and desire comes to us without obligation and without us taking some action on our own. We all need to set goals and take action that moves us towards those goals so that we can have all that our heart desires.
Having said that, just remember that if something is offered to you for free doesn’t necessarily mean it is going to be bad for you. Check it out, and if it is legitimate then take advantage of it, and if it is not just simply walk away from it.
Free Always Means There Is a Cost!
Okay, I know you are now saying that I am losing it because I had you believing Free is really free! Don’t be so quick to come to the conclusion that if it is free it is not really free. What do I mean by that statement?
Just because there is a cost does not mean that it is a price you don’t want to pay nor does it mean that accepting it will be painful!
Everything we do in life comes at a cost to either our pocketbook, our time and etc. The program that I mentioned earlier about how I’ve started a side project so as to earn some extra income, and how it allows me to offer to everyone a chance to win free silver is a good example of that which I speak of.
In the example above where I mention this side project that I’ve started to earn extra income, if someone wants to take advantage of getting some free silver, they have the cost of taking two minutes to register to win. They click on the link that I give them that takes them to my site, then they submit their Name, e-mail address and phone number.
Two minutes of your time to have the chance of receiving something so valuable as silver is a small price to pay and the cost is not too great, nor can anyone say I can’t afford that! Most people spend way more time in front of the TV, and don’t even realize that the time they are trading to do so is just time that is wasted!
No matter what you do in life there is going to be a trade off and a cost to get what you want, so make sure that you trade your time and efforts wisely. Make sure the price you pay is worth that which you traded your time, money, and etc for, because if you don’t you will experience lots of pain.
How Can I or My Company Give Away Free Silver?
Without giving you an economics lesson I will try to explain that question. Of course if you really was hoping for an economics lesson you came to the wrong blog because I’m just a simple guy who is seeking to help others in a simple way and in this simple quest I am experiencing great joy, and satisfaction.
Most companies spend millions of dollars and in some cases, billions of dollars to advertise their business, products and services. My company Numis Network uses the free silver giveaway to make people aware of their products and to introduce them to the exciting world of gold and silver coins, instead of spending millions of dollars on traditional advertising.
Without going to a lot of depth about the technical aspects of gold and silver coins, I will tell you that we provide high quality graded, certified silver and gold coins from leading mints around the world.
Some of you may have seen Mike Mezak from the Home Shopping Network talking about our coins. Mr. Mezak has been selling coins for over 25 years and has sold over a billion dollars worth of gold and silver coins right on the Home Shopping Network channel.
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Author C. Wayne Brown