Thursday, June 3, 2010

Coins Beat Us Out

My wife asked if I'd start using Swag Bucks as my search engine. Swag Bucks is a search engine, but I think that they place ads above what you're really looking for. I prefer Google. But, as you search you can earn Swag Bucks. Think of them like points that you get playing SkeeBall and then you can redeem them for stuff when you have enough of them.

What can one do with Swag Bucks? One can trade them in for magazines, books, electronics, baseball cards. Yep, baseball cards.

You can also get Swag Bucks for taking part in their daily poll. The other day's poll was interesting.

I guess we're better than Salt Shakers or Comic Book collectors.

There's some sort of Mid Level Marketing going on. I signed up "under" Angie. When I get points, she gets points. She has enough points that she's converted into Amazon gift cards that she's going to make a serious dent into the new sewing machine that's on the very near horizon.

I don't get it, but it seems to be working for them.

Since at least one of you has signed up for this already, why don't I get a piece of the pie? If you'd like to sign up, click the banner below. I'll get in on this pyramid scheme Mid Level Marketing promotion.

Search & Win


  1. Wow...this is crazy!

    Needless to say, I signed up. 30 points to start, 1 poll answered = 1 more point, searching "the" gave me 10 points. Tony Gwynn rookie card, here I come!

  2. I was one of the 5 percent of baseball card collectors. I've been using Swagbucks for a while and save to get amazon gift cards.

  3. The "I'm not a collector" bar is the saddest thing I've seen all week.

    Missing out, people.

  4. I signed up, thanks to Sooz, many weeks ago and pretty have it as an afterthought.

    Greatest FREE pyramid scheme of all time though.