Here are 29,000 Great Places to Find Events and Get the Gift Cards You Want Without Spending Any Money
Here's the simply secret to get a whole bunch of "Bidding Reward PointsTM" - no money required.
How to get started
It doesn't make any difference who you are or where you went to school. Anyone may do this.
There are no meetings to attend, you don't have to sell anything and it does not cost you anything to join or to add events.
Once you list an event, it is yours. Events are stored in the database by location [zip code] and once it's there it's yours!
There are two ways to add events:
- Add events online in the member's area.
- Send us an email with all of the details about an event.
Online is the best way to add events because you will receive your Bidding Reward PointsTM right away.
If you send us an email, with the event details, then it will be awhile before
your event is added to the database. So it's your choice; online or email.
If you use the online method on our website your events are added the minute you push
the save button. Sending an email can take a couple of weeks before your events are
added. If someone else lists the same event before yours
is added then they get the credit, so be careful.
Over 29,000 Neighborhood Zip Codes in America
All events are listed by location which, in the USA is a postal area called a zip code. There are a few exceptions such
as holidays that do not have a physical location but virtually all events in the USA are listed by zip-code.
Note: Currently we only list events taking place in neighborhoods with a USA zip-code. At a
later date we'll expand into other countries, like Canada, but for now all events are in the USA.
If you have the most events listed for a zip code then you will receive extra
Bidding Reward PointsTM for having the most events in a zip code. It's like having
your own special territory. As long as you have the most events listed in a zip code then that area belongs to you.
The number of neighborhood zip codes in the US that you want to go after is
over 29,000. These are the zip codes that deal with the neighborhoods where people live and work.
Actually, there are over 40,000 zip codes in the United States but many of these go to military addresses,
post office boxes and special zip codes for business and government. You want to concentrate on the 29,000
zip codes in the neighborhoods where people live.
It's a big country out there so there is plenty of room for everyone. All you have to do is jump on board
and start adding events. And yes, you may add events in more than one zip code.
In fact, if you have the most events in two or more zip codes, that's OK. The person with the most events
listed for a zip code is the key. Have the most, and you will receive special bonus Bidding Reward PointsTM
for that zip-code. This applies to every zip code in the USA.
All you need to add an event is the event name, the date, the location and any optional items that are important.
Optional items are important but not always required so it doesn't take long before you
will have plenty of events listed - and a lot of special Bidding Reward PointsTM to use to bid
on the gift cards you want.
- You may list an event for free.
- You don't have to sell anything.
- You don't have to go to any meetings or take any surveys.
- You may add events to any zip code in the USA.
- You will receive a special bonus for the most events in a zip-code.
- There are over 29,000 neighborhood zip codes where people live and work.
Sound Exciting? Try It
All of the details are in the member's area.
To start getting "Bidding Reward PointsTM"
for the Gift Cards you want, join us.
Hint: Every time you add a new event, you will receive
1,000 Bidding Reward PointsTM
Inside, we'll show you how a stay-at-home mom makes 7,000
Bidding Reward PointsTM
a month just by doing something she enjoys.
If You're a Little Skeptical
I don't blame you one bit, if you’re looking at this and thinking "There are so many scams on the Internet,
why should I believe this idea will work?"
It's OK to be skeptical. You're certainly not alone. The truth is, it is just human nature to be very
skeptical whenever you hear about a new idea. Before you decide, check out the next page and see what
happened for some very skeptical "experts".
Thanks for taking a look at this.
The Neighborhood Events Network