Finding Hidden Free Samples on Manufacturer Websites

If you love getting free manufacturers samples online then this article is for you. In this e zine I will show you how to find manufacturer samples that are still valid but no longer have a link from the manufacturer's website to the free sample order page. That may sound a bit confusing but basically all it means is that at one point, let's say last month, General Mills was offering a free sample of Honey Nut Cheerios.

There was a link to the web page with the free sample order form directly on General Mills main website. A few weeks pass and GM changes their page to the newest information and offers. The free Honey Nut Cheerios page still exists, there just is not a like to it from GM's website. Not only does the web pages still exist but the offer is still valid.

Many times a big company like GM will have millions and millions of their free samples made when they begin a new promotion. These samples will last for months but unfortunately the companies website needs to be updated to the latest product information. They can not very well list all the information about each one of their product directly on their main site.

The way to find these "lost sample pages" is so simple you might just want to kick yourself in the butt for not thinking of this yourself. All you need to do to find free sample offers that are still valid but no longer listed on the actual manufacturer's website is do a search for them. Just search for "free sample of Honey Nut Cheerios". This will do one of two things. Either it will bring up a link to the actual page on the manufacturer's site or it will bring up a blog or website that posted a link to that page. Simply follow the link and sign up for the sample, it's as easy as that.

Source by Dean Anderson