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Use IFTTT to Save and Make Money

The internet is a great place to find bargains, but there seems to be so many these days. If you're looking for the latest eBooks marked free on Amazon, iTunes has some great music downloads that are available for download at a similar price. You could just miss it if you aren't quick.

Email notifications can be helpful, but if you haven't opened your email client, or have your phone turned on, or have a network, you might be very disappointed. So another solution is needed.

Perhaps the best way to find out about special offers on the web is through IFTTT, the popular data combining service that allows you to turn data from websites and RSS feeds into something useful to you.

Did you know IFTTT can also help you automatically send tweets so you can save money and even make money?

Use IFTTT

If you are new to IFTTT, you are probably not familiar with the tool. It's designed to tie together different online services - like sending the contents of an RSS feed to Twitter - and it's in some ways the ultimate automation tool that allows you to reduce the time spent searching and crawling and forcing the information They seek to come to you and not the other way around.

The process is simple. With a trigger (If This) you can then specify an action (Then That) that will be saved as a “Recipe” and used by you and shared with other IFTTT users.

If you want to use recipes that have already been set up by other users, all you have to do is go to the recipe's description page, check that it is taking the actions you want, and click Use Recipe. IFTTT will do the rest!

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A reader?

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If you're a Kindle user and want to add to your library, this recipe sends an email when a free title is added to Kindle's Top 100 Free eBooks list. Similar recipes can be found for books in specific genres such as science fiction or romance.

Barnes and Noble publishes free eBooks mostly on Fridays. This recipe sends an email when the Nook blog is updated with a list of free titles. Another great way to expand your library!

In the meantime, if you are less of a reader and more of a listener, you will be notified of free audiobooks when they are published on iTunes.

Save money on Android and iPad apps

App-crazy smartphone and tablet users who want to save the coin after particularly exciting spending can relax with one of these recipes for iPad and Android.

Android users can use the Amazon App Store when there is no IFTTT promotion for Google Play. This recipe sends details of the Amazon Free Android app of the day straight to your email inbox.

For iPad users looking for a bargain - premium apps limited to free apps - you can use this very useful recipe that will let you know when AppShopper.com has links to apps that have been discounted to $ 0 .

However, the AppShopper recipe is not great for finding new, free apps. For this task, you'll need to use a different recipe, one that uses Apple's RSS feed to email you about new free apps.

Similarly, another recipe sends details of the week's free iOS app straight to your email inbox.

Of course, there's one downside to these recipes - you may find that an app you've already paid top dollars for is available for free.

Set up free MP3 notifications

Here is a great variety of IFTTT recipes to notify you when free music is available:

  • Free iTunes downloads notifications via email.
  • New Items on Amazon's Top Free MP3 Albums List.
  • Free music from Amazon.

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Bonus tip for eBay partners

Saving money is good - but how should it be done?

I developed my own eBay-based IFTTT recipe that generates around £ 30 a month. This depends on how well I'm promoting the final product, a Twitter feed that highlights products listed in a specific niche for a predetermined minimum price.

This recipe assumes that you have an eBay partner account and a Twitter account. You will need to edit the RSS feed (which will be updated with the products as they are added) with your own eBay affiliate dashboard while using the Twitter account already saved with IFTTT.

The result is a tweet with a link and an image of the product. Anyone who clicks on the link will be directed to your eBay partner account so that you can benefit from their activities!

You can find the recipe here:

Conclusion: IFTTT saves and makes money!

With all of these great ways to get hold of freebies, save money, and make residual income with IFTTT, you have to wonder how this service continues to run for free.

The way different services are connected is unique and given the fact that the service is currently completely free to use (this can of course change, although the more likely the different mashups you can create be involved in the services in question) You would be foolish not to use IFTTT while you can.

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