I’ve been a BzzAgent for a few years now and I am currently in a bunch of campaigns where I get to review things. I thought it would be fun to do a post about some of my thoughts on the campaigns that I’m currently in.
The first campaign I’d like to talk about is The Factor Tree. The Factor Tree is a math site that is supposed to help make math second nature for students. I received a free trial on the site and Alexis did her initial test and she thought it was fun. The only issue I had was that some of the coins were hard for her to tell apart due to their size on the screen.
She has been practicing her multiplication tables on the website daily and her math grade this past week went up from a C to a B. Definite improvement! I am considering purchasing the membership for her to continue when our trial is up. It’s definitely a useful site and she doesn’t mind doing it.
The next campaign I’m in is one for Cosmopolitan magazine. I have to admit it’s a guilty pleasure of mine. I’m already a subscriber. I was before I joined the campaign. Sometimes I just want to read something fun and Cosmo fits the bill. I especially like looking at the hairstyles and fashion because I wish I had more time to do things like that!
I’m also in a campaign for Cellphone Postcards. I used their online service to upload a photo but you can also do it from your cell phone. I used a photo of my kids at Christmas to send as thank you notes to the people who bought them presents for Christmas. I got one of the cards in the mail as a sample so I could see the quality of the card and I was very impressed. They are quite sturdy and are even laminated to withstand rough shipping. I will definitely be using them again.
I’m still in the Cover Girl’s 50th anniversary campaign. They are giving away prizes and samples on their Facebook page. They are also donating $50,000 dollars to Make a Wish. $1.00 for every person who joins! So if you haven’t joined, it’s for a good cause and you could win free stuff too!
Last but not least I’m in the Stouffer’s Stuffed Melts and Soups campaign. I went and picked up the product at the store using my coupon yesterday. I cooked it for lunch today and I have to say that I am pleasantly surprised at how very good it was. I’m not the only one who thinks so either. The kids were begging for bites of my sandwich melt and they loved it too. They weren’t so much on the soup but they never really eat soup. I thought it was all delicious and I will be purchasing it again. Especially during the Winter time when a warm lunch is welcome!!!
I’ll be back tomorrow with some layouts I’ve created for the Jessica Sprague creative team! I’ve got some more laundry to do for now.