Thursday, January 29, 2009

Swagbucks: Free Prizes For Searching

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Recently I've been hearing a lot about a site called Swagbucks and so I thought I’d use it and give it a try.

Final verdict?

I’m having a hard time staying away from Swagbucks.

There's no reason you SHOULDN'T be using Swagbucks.

If you routinely search for things online via a typical search engine, then you’re searching without the possibility of winning something. Any time you search on Google, your odds of winning a prize is 0%. Even if your odds of winning a prize on this site is like 0.01%, that’s better than nothing, no? Plus, given the facts that most people make multiple searches a day and that winning percentages are higher than that small number, you’re essentially throwing away money if you’re not using this site.

You can win Swagbucks by shopping online. Or by recycling your old cell phones with them. Or by reading their blog and following their Twitter account. Or by…well, you get the point.

while researching this article, I won $2 Swagbucks ($1 Swagbuck and then another 15 minutes later). Now while those can’t be redeemed for anything worthwhile on their own, you only need 45 Swagbucks for a $5 Amazon giftcard. Given that you start out with $3 Swagbucks when you sign up, I’m already 11% of the way there after 1 day.

So for now, I’m drinking the Swagbucks Flavor Aid. Are you going to make millions? No. Are you going to make hundreds? Doubtful. But is there the opportunity to win enough Swagbucks every month to snag a free giftcard or two? Heck yes. Can the same be said for using Google or Yahoo?


Use the code BeMine to earn a free Swagbuck.

have no idea how much longer this code will be active for, but it’s my experience that they die quite fast.

So what are you waiting for?!

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Lrc said...

Good to know, it could cheer me up cause i'm not making much money right now.

RayvenRenn said...

Same here. :/

That is why its good to find freebie sites like that