Daily Dough (www.DailyDough.com) is a new work at home website that trains everyday people how to earn money by participating in Incentivized Freebie Websites, or IFWs.
Daily Dough says that anyone, regardless of skill level or education, can thrive in the work at home industry using the training that they provide.
In addition to teaching you to earn money using IFWs with the help of a one-on-one mentor, Daily Dough also claims to have a full library of ebooks that will help you learn about different methods of making money at home.
This library also includes ebooks on useful topics like how to avoid being scammed when working from home and the biggest mistakes you can make while working at home.
How Do Incentivized Freebie Websites Work?
IFWs are active communities of people trying to earn prizes or cash. To earn their prize, they must get a certain number of people to sign up for a special offer or simply give their contact information to a particular website or company.
For example, say someone is trying to win an iPad, which is regularly priced at $500. In order to win this prize, they need to sign up 6 new people to this company’s mailing list.
On the IFW forum, that person could offer $50 to 6 people to sign up so that he can receive his iPad. He paid $300 to complete the offer, but still got the iPad at a great discount. The way people earn money from IFWs is that you agree to be one of the 6 people.
What You Need to Know
Many people do earn extra money using IFWs, but there are a few things you should know if you want to earn money this way.
First, your contact information is valuable to these companies because, when you give it to them, you are agreeing to let them contact you by email, mail, and phone, regardless of whether you are on the Do Not Call list.
Because of this, you may want to have a special email address and landline phone number, otherwise you may find your regular means of contact overrun by advertisers.