Premium Listings

Premium listings are where our business partners offer samples, trials and discounts in exchange of your feedback (for product improvement) or a social recommendation/fan post (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube) or social review (Google Reviews) to assist in building positive reputation for the product/brand and help future customers choose wisely.

A wide range of goods and services can be offered, for example, a new graduate from a massage college or beauty therapy school is eager to start their new business and needs practice or reviews to gain traction. A restaurant or cafe has just opened or released a new menu item, they also have quite times during the week, the business can offer a free menu sample to Freeomy Premium Members in exchange for valuable feedback and/or social posts/reviews. University students that have just graduated in their chosen field also need access to new clients which could be offered up in exchange of posts/reviews.

All types of businesses that iterate or create new products/segments can benefit from the valuable feedback and online reviews Freeomy Members provide. You could be part of helping create future business success.


Today, statistics such as;

  • 97% of people read reviews for local businesses. (BIA/Kelsey)
  • 91% of 18-34 year olds trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. (BrightLocal)

paint an important picture on the influencing nature of social media and reviews of businesses/brands/products on these networks. Freeomy members can play an important role in assisting local enterprises in their business success while gaining access to free goods and services. Its another win/win opportunity for Freeomy Premium Members.

Empty tables in cafes & restaurants. Professional services with time slots available. Excess products/out of date/last season fashions. New releases.
All of these goods and services can be bartered as a direct swap, via TCP or in exchange for influencer posts and online reviews.

content is king for online reviews
Reviews matter with 93% influencing purchases

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