High Frequency Marketing
PR & Media Relations in Spanish - Website positioning


There are plenty of freebies out there, if you like magazines,

computers and books. These opportunities exist in their own

little worlds, and while they often seem invisible to the average

person, there is an active industry in all three areas.

Take trade magazines and trade journals for example. Many of

these are controlled circulation magazines that give free

subscriptions to people in the field. Their interest is in

building a documented subscriber list; the larger the list, the

more they earn in advertising rates. In many instances, this

makes it easy for you to be put on the list of subscribers, even

if you are not in the industry.

Controlled circulation magazines are especially prevalent in

mature industries continually undergoing change in products and

methods. They are a way of keeping their readers up to date in

the industry. Electronics, computers, plumbing, trucking,

aviation, foods, energy, fishing, floristy and landscaping, home

furnishing, industrial operations, marketing, management,

medicine, animal care, sports, sales, and many other industries

feature their own controlled circulation publications. One source

for uncovering such controlled circulation publications is the

Writer's Market, a thick volume that comes out each year and is

found in most libraries

Do you like books? Book reviewers receive their books free from

the publishers. And this doesn't mean you have to review for The

New York Times. Publishers will send review copies to you even if

you're doing short reviews for small local publications, or if

you are writing about the subject of the book and want to refer

to the book in some way. Publishers will respond positively if

you have any way of making their book known to more people, so

don't feel limited if you aren't doing a book review.

Also, the United States Government provides a number of free

books on consumer topics through its clearing house in Pueblo,


For fee software, you can use your personal computer and modem to

download software known as public domain software and shareware

from the bulletin boards that dot the country. Shareware gets its

name because you are encouraged to download a copy to try out; if

you like it, you are supposed to send the fee requested by the

program's author, who will in turn send you printed documentation

on the program. Much of this software is so sophisticated and so

inexpensive compared to their commercial counterparts that even

if you choose to pay the fee you are getting a great deal.


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