Monday, March 2, 2009


Hello! I just wanna start off by saying thanks a lot for checking out this site. I do appreciate your response to the flyers. If you stumbled across this site by accident, stay for a while and read what I have to say, you might just be interested. Now I know you're thinking that either this is too good to be true, that I'm lying, or that it's a scam. It's none of these, I can promise you that 110%. This deal is exactly what my site says, it's legit. Hear me out.

A couple years ago, a friend of mine went through a website (then known as and recieved a free ipod for absolutely NO cost. Since I found out about that, I've been intrigued. So I signed up for the site and got my very own iPhone and iPod Nano for absolutely NO cost (see pics below). Now, at this point if you want to leave, feel free to, but if I wasn't 100% sure that these sites worked, I'd be wasting my time setting up this blog. I was just ask skeptical as you might be right now, until I actually tried it out. Honestly, what have you got to lose? You set up an account and you're on way to getting your very own ipod!

The Steps:

If you're still there and interested, here's what you do:

1) Go to this site: FREE IPOD TOUCH .

2) Follow the instructions on the site to sign up for an account.

3) (***READ BELOW BEFORE COMPLETING THIS) So now, you're gonna have to sign up for an offer from the different ones that are given. Read below for some offers I recommend.

4) The final step involves getting five more people to sign up. There's a lot of ways to do this but I personally recommend asking friends and family first. If that doesn't work, there's always AIM away messages and profiles. Also, you can try blogs, forums, Myspace, or even Facebook. However you do it, be creative and people will def respond!

Tips and Helpful Hints:

***Before you complete the third step, you might wanna follow some of these guidelines to make sure you get credited properly. First, make sure you have your browser set to accept all cookies. Also, make sure you turn off any pop up blockers. I know that sounds kind of shady but it really is to make sure that you get credit for your offers. Finally, clear your cookies, close out of the page, and open up a new window. You can then log back into the website and complete your offer. Once again, this is all just precaution to make sure you get credit for signing up for an offer.

Here are some of the offers I recommend doing:

-Google SEO
-Amazing Webstores
-QuickBooks Quick Start

The first four offers are instant offers, meaning you usually recieve credit as soon as you sign up. You'd only get charged $3 for shipping and as long as you cancel the offer within the trial period, you won't get charged more then the $3. If you would like, you can leave your email/AIM/anything and tell me the day you signed up, and I'll personally remind you to cancel your offer. I have an entire list of people to remind, so it would be no problem. The eMusic offer I really like just because I listen to so much music anyway that I might as well do it and get credit for it. The Gamefly offer is another one thats really good if you're looking to try out a game like I have (Mario Kart Double Dash), and get credit for it. Either way, do an offer that interests you.

Questions and Answers:

Question: Where is all this free stuff coming from?
Answer: A company by the name of Transcendant Innovations have been one of the leading freebie sites for many years now, giving away everything from iPods to Xbox 360's.

Question: Why is all this stuff for free?
Answer: Well if you think about it, the offers that we complete are actually other companies that get plenty of advertising everytime someone signs up or even goes to their site. Transcendant Innovations gets paid by these companies, and in turn gives free stuff away to users so that more people will sign up. It's a win-win-win situation!

Question: Will I get spammed or have my identity stolen?
Answer: No! I wouldn't tell people to try something that I don't believe in myself. I myself haven't recieved any spam whatsoever yet, either by mail or email. Also, these companies have really aggressive privacy statements and do not share your information with 3rd parties.

Question: Where's the proof?
Answer: If you check out you'll see pictures of plenty of people that have recieved their free gifts. Also, if you google it, there are plenty of pictures, blogs, and vids of people that have recieved their free gifts. Check it out! If you need even more proof, once again here's some of my very own pics of the iPhone and iPod Nano that I won from the freebie sites.

If you're still not convinced after all this, feel free to shoot me an email at .

P.S.- MAKE SURE YOU SAVED YOUR CONFIRMATION EMAIL FROM YOUR OFFER. If you find that you don't recieve credit for an offer according to the estimated time they give you, wait for 7 days after you sign up. You can then go into "My Account" and then go down to "Missing Credit Request." Click on the offer you completed and fill out the form. You will need your confirmation email from your offer in order to be manually credited by the Free Ipod site.

P.P.S- Like I said, if you have any questions feel free to email me or leave a comment and I'll respond as soon as possible, thanks for your time!