Thursday, October 22, 2009

What is this BlastOff you keep talking about?

Lots of people are asking questions about the BlastOff network I have been promoting on Facebook and Twitter. Well, when you open your internet browser everyday you are linked directly to your homepage. BlastOff is a new FREE customizable Internet homepage that combines social media like facebook, twitter and myspace with other services like shopping. If you follow the mall link on your BlastOff page when you wish to shop online you will get cash back for shopping at stores like Target, Sears, Kohls and Barnes & Noble, plus many many more. AND when you refer your friends and family to the BlastOff homepage (simply by inviting them to your page and them signing up) you will get cash back on ANY shopping they do through their BlastOff page. Now, it is only a small portion of cash back but any extra money is extra money to me so I'm certainly not complaining. So if you still have questions view the video below, it explains BlastOff in a little more detail. THEN, if you wish to sign up just visit BlastOff opens to the public today, October 22nd, at 1:00 eastern time so visit the site any time after that. What have you got to lose? It's free, It's fun, It's easy. If you have any question or comments leave them below and I will make sure to get back to you. Thanks guys.

1 comment:

  1. Hello. Thank you for visiting Kinnick and Carver's blog. It's always nice to meet others with like experiences. Kinnick is visually blind in both eyes due to extreme ROP. They have removed her lens', iris', and she has about 60% of one retina, and about 70% of the other retina. The retina's continue to be detached in the center. She can see lights and shadows. She wears contacts (when she doesn't lose them). They are +21 and +23. Carver is also visually impaired due to extreme ROP. His vision is worse then Kinnicks due to optic nerve damage. He is also Deaf in both ears - wears cochlear implants. He also has Qaud Spastic CP. Please visit anytime.

    Shanon Woolley (in Wichita, Kansas)