You know what they say, “there’s no such thing as a free lunch!” Every day on the net, we are bombarded with images of gadgets we just have to have. Banners will pop up promising that we’ve won a free television, or free movie tickets. We’ll hurriedly click on the link it tells us too, only to find out it’s anything but free.
We are often asked to fill out “quick surveys” for our free booty. Fill this out, and you’ll be rewarded. Even if you do make it through the first fifty pages of questions, eventually you get to what your free product really costs. Sure you’ll get your television, all you have to do is buy this other item first! Does everything out there secretly cost you?
Believe it or not there is something on the net, that as of yet, they are not charging us for. Our ideas are free. We can communicate with other people on certain sites where it’s absolutely free. An anonymous advice forum is a great example of this. A forum is different from other web sites that offer so-called free advice. On these sites there are no “experts” that would demand you to pay for their services. For free, you can connect, give advice, and get advice. Perfect!
We can actually cheat the system this way. Think of it like this. Do you pay a therapist to get one person’s take on your problem? Do you get the opinion of hundreds online for free? It’s a whole new school of thought.
It’s pretty valuable to get free advice that can help you out of a bad situation.So, is there a cost to free advice? to ideas? Maybe we *should* pay them! Yes, this author finds, for now, advice is just about the last thing on the web that we can get for free.
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