Category Archives: SampleSource

Sample Source Fall 2018 Review

After missing the deadline to review the samples I received in the spring, I assumed I got blacklisted from receiving more. Some of the free sampling sites are more forgiving than others. One accused me of missing a deadline even though I never did, and I have not been invited back since (comment below if you want to know which one). My suspicions amplified when I did not get an invite to the summer samples. Then, I got invited to the fall samples. Sample Source was ready to forgive my transgression after a single season off. It was either a punishment or my profile did not match the freebies they had lined up, but the idea it was the former makes me laugh. I logged in to see that I was only getting one item. Even better, it was one I already sampled in the spring. At least, I can finally review it. Reviewing it will hopefully put me back in its good graces, so I can get more samples in the spring (they do not send anyone samples in the winter).

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Sample Source Spring 2018

SampleSource provides free samples in exchange for your opinion. Register and fill out your profile. If samples suited to your profile become available, they will send you an email. Quantities are limited, so respond as soon as you get the email to make sure yours do not run out of stock. A few weeks after your samples arrive, you will get an email asking to review the products. The review is an exit survey that only has a few questions per product. Neither a blog post nor any social media promotion is required. I only write a post to share the service with you. There are no referrals for this service, so all links are direct.

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SampleSource Volume Two

SampleSource provides free samples in exchange for your opinion. Register and fill out your profile. If samples suited to your profile become available, they will send you an email. Quantities are limited, so respond as soon as you get the email to make sure yours do not run out of stock. A few weeks after your samples arrive, you will get an email asking to review the products. The review is an exit survey that only has a few questions per product.

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