You use Swagbucks the exact same way as google. Simply type what you’re looking for into your search bar and you’re brought to relevant results. Occasionally I will need to go to google for more information on a subject or a map, but it’s pretty rare.
So what’s the difference between Swagbucks and Google? Swagbucks gives you points. At random times throughout the day you will be given “bucks.” These can range from a couple points, to 100 (I think). I think my largest was 59. I felt ridiculously lucky that day. Also, every hour a new person is given 1,000 Swagbucks as long as they check the page and claim it. Yes, this really happens. It happened to me! A nice person sent me an @ on twitter to tell me!
All of those bucks add up to be redeemed for “prizes.” Pretty sweet prizes. For 450 bucks you can get a $5 Amazon Gift Card (generally the best deal), and 500 points will get you $5 to Target, Starbucks, CVS, Chili’s… the list goes on and on. To be honest, I wonder why people DON’T simply set their browser to default to the Swagbucks search engine, and earn away!
In 2013 I have already cashed in enough Swagbucks to get $50 cash from PayPal. No, I’m not kidding. I’ll even prove it:
Do you use Swagbucks? Are you going to start now?