Monday, July 25, 2011

Swagbucks For Fun And Profit!



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Have you seen me posting on Facebook and Twitter that I won Swagbucks? Did you wonder, "What the heck is she talking about?" I know, I keep posting every time I win a Swagbuck. Why? Because I want to share my good fortune with everyone. 

Each time I use Swagbucks' search engine I have the chance to win some Swagbucks. It could be one, five, ten, fifty or more. Sometimes for a search for something simple in my research of writing my blog. Not every search, but I get rewarded with some swagbucks several times through out the day. For my birthday they gave me fifty! 

If you join through my link above, I will be rewarded for you signing up. Then when you get others to sign up using your link, you will be rewarded also. It is kind of fun and gets to be like a game after awhile. The best part though, is that you can go shopping in the Swag Store with your Swagbucks and buy some awesome items. And you earned them so you don't have to pay money for them!

I have been buying Amazon gift cards with mine. Some of my friends from Homesteading Today, have been buying some awesome items for their preparation supplies using the Swagbucks. I have learned about Swagbucks mostly from Pam, who started a great thread over there, called Swagbucks For Amazon Gift Cards Or Money

Swagbucks also puts out a Swagcode during the day. You have to locate it and enter it on your page. You will win more swagbucks that way. They do a lot of different things to offer you the rewards. It is a lot of fun, and of course, the part I love is the ability to get Amazon products for free. There are a lot of other types of gift cards you can buy, but I find that Amazon is the best deal. 

This is not a paid post or anything like that. They did not ask me to write this. They are not giving me any extra Swagbucks for it, though if they see it....hint, hint, and offer them to me........I will take them in a minute!  


Copyright © 2011 Kathleen G. Lupole
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