This site offers free license of otherwise licensed software, but the so called giveaway is often free always, sometimes it's a special stripped-down "free" version, sometimes the software is so full of bugs that it's at best in a alpha testing stage, and sometimes the licenses run out after one month, leaving you in a hopeless situation since you started using it, added your data in it, and now you have to choose between loosing it all or buying a license. Almost all the software is made in Russia or Eastern-Europe, and the regular prices are often rediculously high. Some of it is based on freeware open-source projects, thus breaking the Gnu license. One can almost always find a much better freeware program.
The site operates a voting system to score the popularity of each offer, but sometimes these votes are manipulated. The moderator on the site removes most negative comments to ensure that almost all comments are fairly positive, even if the actual product is a very bad choice.
Some months ago this site had malware "JS:SrciptIP-inf (Trj)" on several of it's Web-pages. This might happend again, so be careful while using that site.
They removes user comments in their forum about vendors who have a bad WOT rating.
BuBBy, who got most votes on his very favorable comments, actually works for the giveawayoftheday site, and his high votes comes from his request to vote him up.
Why does some site sniff our google search request and then post the title on their page where there is nothing whatsoever on that page about what we are looking for, but sure a lot more stuff they want to show you, boy is that frustrating!
It seems like a junk link site. I see it has a home page which is set up in a reasonable manner, but the site looks like it's designed to grab google searches which it doesn't provide anything useful in relation to.