Week in Review – August 13, 2011

by TSGal on Sat, August 13th, 2011 at 2:00 pm

Happy Saturday!! I hope everyone’s weekend is stupendous, so far!  Let’s take a look at our past week at Swagbucks.

Monday was our first day back after our successful Swagbucks Celebration down in San Diego for BlogHer 2011.  All of our Team Swagbucks representatives had a great time meeting all of our bloggers, and I think all of our bloggers had a great time partying with us.  We gave away lots of cool prizes and lost of Swag Bucks.  Click here to see the pictures from our fun event.

On Tuesday our support team wrote a post regarding referrals.  If you want to learn how to find your referral link, all about matching Swag Bucks, and/or the process of referring your friends and family, click here to read the blog post.

On Wednesday TSG introduced everyone to the excitement and fun that comes with the Swagbucks game, Alpha Mission.  Your job is to save the Atari 800 so it can take its rightful place in the pantheon of home computing.  For a little extra oomph, we ran a one-day tournament with a 4SB entry fee, where the winner went home with Swag Bucks.  Did you compete in the tournament?

On Thursday I had you guys vote on which celebrity you’d like to see in the Look for Less.  Y’all voted for the class and beautiful Mila Kunis.  I pieced together most of her outfit in the Friday blog, and left out one item – her shoes.  I’m leaving it up to you guys to find the shoes, with a chance at 150 Swag Bucks.  Click here for details.

Book Club

Yesterday, Becky from Team Swagbucks discussed some possible revisions to our Book Club.  This month the voted book was The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, so to those reading along, I hope you are enjoying it!  Now Becky wants your input on how to structure the Book Club discussions.  Click here to cast your vote.

Make sure to come back to the blog on Monday for some exciting details regarding exclusive savings on Special Offers and an SBTV makeover!

And nowfor 6BS until 4pm PDT!

~TSGal

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