When Something is Free Online - Cut Corners...
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Often free items are of reduced or inferior quality. Cost-conscious businesses or individuals often try to minimize the expense associated with free items and will use less expensive materials for free items.
There is value to "free" just be sure that you know what it is. Next time something is offered for free, evaluate the quid pro quo and determine what you are giving in return, because very little is ever really free.
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Sharon Housley manages marketing for FeedForAll http://www.feedforall.com
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