Becoming A Swagbucks Blogger
Justin from Team Swagbucks here yet again with some more tips on how to earn big bucks. In the past, we’ve talked about how to submit a good daily poll suggestion, how to submit a good TTPTP suggestion, how to to submit a good Twitter Trivia question and today, I’m going to tell you about applying to be part of our Blogger Program.
If you visit the homepage often, at some point, you probably have noticed the link on the left-hand side of the page that says “Attention Bloggers: You should partner with Swagbucks.com on some rewarding promotional possibilities.”
Because popular, active blogs are often a great place to spread the word about all the ways you can earn and save at Swagbucks.com, we reward and support our network of active bloggers who take the time share were their readers the benefits of Swagbucks and the fun stuff we have going on on the site. When you click on that link to fill out the form, most of the info is already filled out:
If you don’t fill out ALL information (including a VALID url for your blog), your submission will not be considered – make sure you’ve typed everything correctly and chosen all valid fields before you click submit!
For all their work and support, these bloggers receive special incentives for attracting new users and promoting Swagbucks. They also receive advanced notice of promotions and new features and occasionally take part in special contests just for our blogger network.
Who should apply for this fun and rewarding way to earn? Anyone with an active blog is welcome to apply, but the blogs that make it into the program are individually selected by Team Swagbucks and it’s no secret that we are only interested in blogs with a significant following that post regularly and often. If you have a blog for all your baby photos and you haven’t posted in it since 2009, as cute as your baby may be, that blog would not make it into the program as it is clearly not an active blog and probably does not have many subscribers or readers visiting regularly. If you’ve just started blogging or this post has inspired you to consider starting a blog, you probably ought to wait until you have built up a significant archive of posts and a significant following. Otherwise, your blog is likely to be passed over. It’s good to take the time to develop your voice as a blogger in the beginning anyway – you might discover after blogging for a while that you don’t feel our program is the best fit for your site. That’s OK too.
Similarly, if you have applied in the past and didn’t have the following you have today, by all means, you should feel free to apply again. Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the one remaining requirement is that your blog be appropriate for Swagbucks users. If you consider your blog to be for adults only, it is unlikely to be accepted into the program.
Okay, Swaggernauts; I hope that clears up some of the mystery behind our blogger program. If you have any questions not answered in this post, please feel free to leave a comment and I will do my best to see that it is answered.
Good luck with all your submissions and thanks for reading.