Have you heard of Swagbucks?

If not here’s an explanation..
                            Number one, Swagbucks is a search engine that rewards you with Swagbucks every so often for your searching. It is a search engine like Google, but it awards you Swagbucks for using it. Usually you win swagbucks a couple of times a day for your searches.
                           Number two, there are other ways to earn Swagbucks every day. You can earn 1 swagbuck for taking the daily poll each day, 1 swagbuck for visiting the trusted surveys page each day, (I think now you can earn 1 swagbuck for trying to qualify for a survey and can do it 4-5 times a day. So if you have the time you can earn more than 1 swagbuck each day from the trusted surveys. I’m not exactly sure, because I haven’t taken the time to do it.) 2 swagbucks for clicking through the NOSO offers each day,(just click through the offers and on each offer you are not interested in, click skip or scroll down and click see next offer. At the end you will have a box with text to enter. After you enter the text, you will be awarded 2 swagbucks) and 1 swagbuck for using the Swagbucks toolbar.
                          Number three, you can earn Swagbucks by printing out coupons and using them when you shop. Swagbucks for coupons are awarded 8-12 weeks after the coupon is used. I have earned quite a few swagbucks by printing and using the coupons from their site.
                        Number four, you can earn Swagbucks from referrals.
                        What do you do with Swagbucks? You redeem them at the Swag Store for tons of gift cards or prizes.  Amazon Gift Cards are my favorite thing to redeem for.
                        If you are interested, you can sign up here.  I learned about Swagbucks from Money Saving Mom. I like to shop on Amazon, so I have been excited to earn Amazon gift cards!
                    I like following Coupon Pro Blog on Twitter, because he tweets when there are free swagcodes available. These are codes that you can enter on the Swagbucks home page, in the “Enter Your Swagcode” box. The codes are usually made up a variety of letters and numbers, some uppercase and some lowercase. Sometimes it is a certain word and it will have to be all lowercase or all uppercase letters. They earn you an assigned amount of swagbucks. Usually 5-10, but sometimes higher. Sometimes they are simple, sometimes it is kind of like a scavenger hunt to find the code.
                It took me a little to catch on to how it all worked when I first signed up. The Swagbucks Facebook page helped me out too.
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