Thursday, September 19, 2013

Creating the Swagbucks Business Model

I have been a member of Swagbucks since 2009. Since then I have accumulated over $275 in gift cards. This is while I have spent time on blogs, social media marketing, and other ventures. It's quite a bit considering the time. I have been earning at least $25 a month for the past couple months though and have turned into more of a steady stream of income for myself.

I have started to focus on getting to the daily goal each day and, in doing so, I get the bonuses associated with getting to the goal. It's usually around 70-100 Swagbucks per day. And I get there by doing the following:

  • Watching Swagbucks TV
  • Searching throughout the day
  • Doing the Daily Poll, NOSO, and logging onto the toolbar
  • Playing the Swagbucks Games
  • And completing Activities
By doing those tasks I can usually easily get to the daily goal. Sometimes I will go beyond. And for September I've maxed out the amount of $5 Amazon Gift Cards I can get (the max is 5 Gift Cards or $25 worth). And I have enough Swagbucks to get 2 more (and almost a third!). So September has been a huge month for earning on Swagbucks.

As a college student I have been getting the Amazon Gift Cards which I plan to use to get my textbooks for school. So I'm saving myself a ton of money. I also plan to start getting Paypal Gift Cards when I'm maxed out in Amazon Gift Cards and can get up to the 2,500 Swagbucks necessary to get the smalled value Paypal Gift Card at $25. That will help pad my bank accounts and possibly help me pay off some of my college loans.

1 comment:

  1. I used Swagbucks and I have to say its so slow. After struggling, I found another website similar and got right on. Luckily, I have over $600 and I had no regrets at all. Just easy polls, answering questions was all I had to do. Comparing both I was amazed of how much I made. Try it and good luck