Getting Your First BITCOIN is Hard, but We are Here to Help
A Bitcoin faucet is a website that offer its users small amounts of Bitcoins absolutely free. Normally you have to just enter your Bitcoin address and a complete a captcha (to prevent bots) and you are getting paid some satoshi (fractions of a Bitcoin).
The MezzaCoins Faucet is a standard and easy to use free Bitcoin faucet rewards you on every dispense with something in between 75 and 1000 satoshi and you can revisit every 30 minutes to get more coins. The payment is automatically sent to your FaucetBox micropayment account until it reaches at least 13000 satoshi and then it is sent to your Bitcoin wallet address to avoid network fees for small transactions.
Referring your friends will net you a 20% extra bonus every time they use the faucet to get some coins, the 20% bonus is extra for you while they still get their full reward sent to their wallet.
CoinHD is an interesting new service that rewards its users with Bitcoins for watching Youtube videos online. You just need to go over a quick registration process that does not require any personal information other than an email address and you are ready to start watching videos and earning BTC for doing so. You are apparently getting paid starting with 50-100 satoshi per video (the rate depends) that you watch and in order to get paid you need to earn at least 60 bits or 6000 saoshi to be able to withdraw your coins and you are getting paid directly to your Bitcoin wallet address.
You can also use the service to promote your YouTube videos if you need to get more views as the account you create for the service is for both getting paid to view videos and to pay to get your videos watched by other users. So apparently a lot of the videos are submitted by users that are paid for other people to watch them and many of them are apparently Bitcoin-related, so you can find something interesting among them.