First off, I wanted to start this blog by saying that this is not sponsored. I will include some Swagbucks links throughout the post though. If you want to sign up for an account after reading my blog, I would love for you to click any of my links to Swagbucks to sign up. These are affiliate links, so when you click and use them, I can potentially earn a bit of money from that.
I have been a member of Swagbucks for years. I have amassed over 21,000 Swagbucks in that time (or around $210), and I have learned a lot about the platform over the last year or so. A good chunk of the Swagbucks I have made came in the last year and a half. Today I am going to share my best tips for actually making some money back with Swagbucks. Also, I sometimes use SB in place of Swagbucks throughout this post.
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