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Using Swagbucks has proven to work a LOT better than I expected when I first signed up with them. WOW! I just redeemed more Swagbucks for another Amazon gift card. This makes $45 in Amazon gift cards that I’ve earned so far!
It took me a while to sign up with them. I’d seen several posts about it on various blogs, but wasn’t too impressed. Then I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try it. I was a pretty die-hard Google fan, and figured I could always switch back. To be honest, at first, I considered switching back to Google. Now though, I have no desire to. The Swagbucks add up fast enough that I’m able to redeem them for gift cards a lot faster than I thought I would. That works for me!
They also just released a new toolbar for your browser. I’m not usually a big fan of add-ons (I’m more of a minimalist in that regard, I guess), but I like this one. They’re giving out a new swag code (which, if entered on their site, gives you one more SwagBuck, sometimes two) every day this month through the toolbar. I don’t know if I’ll keep the tool bar installed after this month, but for now, I’m enjoying the extra Swag Bucks earned from it.
Take a look at SwagBucks. I personally think it’s worth signing up for.