How do I know which offers you post I should take advantage of/sign up for?
I post a lot of great deals, coupons, freebies and money making opportunities every week. Only you know what you will benefit from and what your budget allows. Freebies are great, and I think you should probably sign up for all of them that your family might enjoy! Coupons, only print out those that you think you might use. If you enjoy making money online, sign up for any money making opportunities that catch your eye. Be a bit more discerning with the hot deals though. Remember that deals happen often. Just because something is a hot deal today, doesn’t mean that deal won’t come around again. Don’t feel like you have to take advantage of everything!
What is the best way to navigate through the site?
I highly recommend using the navigation bar up top
Do you post on a specific schedule? When can I expect to see grocery store matchups? money saving tips? giveaways?
I do strive to post on a pretty consistent schedule, however I don’t publicize that schedule. I have a family that needs me, and I don’t want to let my readers down if life gets in the way.
I found a great deal, can I email it to you?
I sent you a great deal, why didn’t you post it?
I try and balance my deals and my content posts. So I don’t post every deal I see/hear about. I post what I think my readers will most appreciate as a whole. However, just because I didn’t post your deal this time, doesn’t mean I won’t next time!
Can I link to your blog?
By all means, if you see a deal here and want to share it…go for it! I ask for a link back to give me credit and please don’t copy and paste any of my articles (I work hard on those!).
I have a business and I’d love for you to review my product/provide a giveaway for your readers. Do you accept PR pitches?
Yes, I do. However, if I don’t think it’s a good fit, I will politely turn it down.
I really would love to guest post on your site. Do you accept guest posts?
I love guest posts. It should be in the couponing niche and you can link back to yourself in your bio.
Will you help me with my blog?
Most likely, yes I will. My family comes first and my own blog comes first, but I love to help other bloggers.
Will you place my button or my link on your blog?
Unfortunately, as my blog has grown, I’ve had to stop doing this. For one, I simply started to get too many requests. I also accept private paid advertising. If interested in advertising contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a coupon insert?
Coupon inserts come in your Sunday newspaper.
SS: Smart Source
RP: Red Plum
GM: General Mills
PG: Proctor & Gamble (once per month)
How do I get the coupons?
- Subscribe to the newspaper! In fact, we suggest you subscribe to 4-6 copies of the Sunday paper.
- Talk to your local convenience store to see if they’ll give their old papers to you.
- Check coffee shops and fast food restaurants where you’re a patron.
- Ask your friends, family, co-workers, church members if they’ll save their inserts for you.
- Buy coupons (pay a handling fee) by purchasing coupons. You can use several recommended sites: The Coupon The Coupon Clippers, CouponDeDe.com or We Use Coupons.
What do I do with my expired coupons?
You can adope a military base overseas and send your expired coupons to them. Their commisary will accept coupons up to 6 months expired. I also accept expired coupons at my workshops and will include them when I send mine off.
Do printable coupons need to be in color?
No! You can print them in black and white to save money.
What is an e-Coupon?
An eCoupon is an electronic coupon get online in a similar manner to a printable coupon. Instead of printing the coupon, you load it onto your store loyalty card. When you scan your loyalty card at the cash register, or give your phone number, you will automatically receive the savings if you’ve made a qualifying purchase.