Since some people still don’t understand what Swag Bucks are all about I thought I would revisit this post and give it an update.
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What are Swag Bucks?
Swag Bucks are digital dollars that you earn by searching the Web. You can redeem the points gift cards to Starbucks, Target, Amazon, or products form their Swag Store. You can also use your points to enter special sweepstakes drawings.
You don’t have to make Swagbucks your homepage. You can download the Swagbucks toolbar or one of their plug-ins and you will see it appear at the top right corner of your browser window. Use Swagbucks when you need to search for something instead of going to Google or Yahoo. You can still use Google, Yahoo or other search engines to search with because they will still appear on the list at the top right.
How to Earn Swag Bucks
You use Swagbucks.com just like you would Google.com to search for things. As you are searching occasionally you will get a banner that pops up and says you won a Swagbuck – 1, 2, 5 points basically.
You keep earning them and then turn them in to get free stuff. The more you save them up the larger the stuff you can get. You can see all of the great free swag you can earn on the Swag Bucks Store page.
You can also get Swag Bucks by reading the Swag Bucks site on their blog, on their Twitter page, or on their Facebook page.
You can install a plug-in for your browser to add Swagbucks to your list of search engines. When you install the Add-on it will look like this for Internet Explorer or Firefox. They also have the plug-in available for the Safari and Opera browsers too.
I really like using Google but Swagbucks seems to be growing in popular. People find my site everyday using the Swagbucks search feature because I have seen it in my statistics. That means more people are using it everyday so I have started using Swagbucks to search instead. Especially now that I know that the Swagbucks search engine includes results from Google and Ask.com so it’s like using Google anyway. If you’re already searching the web, why not win prizes, while continuing to receive the same great results you are accustomed to.
Anytime you have a question about the Swagbucks site, their services, prizes, point or more you can use their extensive FAQ page to find the answer.