Swagbucks: Install a Swidget to find out the location of every Swag Code

by Melody on February 28, 2011

I know there have been several Swag Codes available today for the Swagbucks birthday party and it can be tricky tracking them all down (not to mention time-consuming!).  
Solution: Install a Swidget!  This is NOT a Swiffer and it is NOT a small little gnome who runs around your computer looking for codes.  Just in case you were wondering.
Through Swagbucks.com, click on the “Promote” tab along the top of the page, then choose “Widget”.  Then all you have to do is click “Get Widget” and choose your platform.
I chose to add mine to my iGoogle account, but you can add it anywhere: Facebook, Twitter, Blogger, WordPress and a ton of others I have never even heard of.  You can search directly through it, click through to the Swagbucks blog or the best part: Search for Swag Codes!  All you do is click on Swag Codes and it will tell you if there is a code available to earn Swagbucks, super easy! 
New to Swagbucks?  Sign up here and you will automatically be awarded 30 Swagbucks!  Want more information, check out my post here. 
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Cerise February 28, 2011 at 9:49 pm

So do you just keep clicking the button that say "check if there is a code available"?


Melody February 28, 2011 at 9:54 pm

Yep! They will usually give you a hint where the code is (blog, FB, etc). This way you don't have to waste your time checking all the sites.


Anonymous February 28, 2011 at 11:58 pm

Am i supposed to see this on my facebook? i can't find it anywhere and i clicked the 'get widget' and connected it to facebook . . .


Melody March 1, 2011 at 12:56 am

I actually couldn't figure out the Facebook either, that's why I added it to iGoogle. 🙂 If anyone else has any insight, that would be great!


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