We all know that Ashampoo "LOVES" having promotions and "giving away" license keys of their products (usually the previous versions, for e.g latest version is V6, so Ashampoo will tend to provide free promotional license keys for V5 instead).
All this is part of their marketing strategy in order to tempt users to upgrade (for the so-called improved/better latest versions) and 'fork out' precious cash.
Personally, I find this "strategy of theirs" both good and bad.
Good because those who know about the promotions get to enjoy free commercialware (although not the latest version) and usually these 'freebies' work great. Yeah, believe me…Ashampoo products tend to work 'as advertised'. To add to this, these 'registered freebie users' are also continuosly 'provided' or to be more honest 'spammed' with 'offers that let you upgrade to the latest version with great discounts' and I mean it when I said great discounts…sometimes even up to 90% off the official listed price. How cool/great is that?
On the other hand, bad because I truly pity those who are unaware of these promotions and purchase the programs at the official price listed. Yeah, it really is unfair to such users.
Well, Ashraf has shared with us previously how to get quite a no. of Ashampoo 'promotional freebies'.
Here are some of them:
Free Ashampoo Burning Studio 2009: http://dottech.org/freebies/2393
I really urge those reading this right now to head straight to the two links stated above. You will be amazed by what this guy has discovered. I really applaud him for his knowlege-sharing attitude and may I say, God bless him.
IMPORTANT (To Ashraf): Once again, I really hope you will not mind this post. Although I doubt the legality issues regarding this post, at the same time, I can't decide and judge it as illegal content too. I seriously believe that the others (Dottech readers) should know about this amazing discovery. I honestly do.
Another important thing: I found out about this through for-free-on-internet. So, credit goes to them. For those interested to read more about it, you can check out this link:
And yes, remember Ashampoo 'SPAMS' so be sure to use a temporary email inbox service such as Yopmail or use an email account meant for this kind of 'junk mails'.
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