Ask And You Shall Receive – The Daily Goal Meter Is On It’s Way
Here at Swagbucks, we listen to our users. We want to ensure that you are getting the best possible experience at all times while using our site. We’ve noticed a lot of requests lately to have the Daily Goal Meter back on the homepage. Well, ask and you shall receive!
Starting Monday, June 18th at 12:00am PDT, you will see the Daily Goal Meter return to the homepage of Swagbucks. Each day, you will have an earning goal. This goal can change each day. Reach the daily goal and you’ll earn that day’s bonus. You can see what each day’s bonus is right there on the meter.
A cool new feature we’ve added is the countdown. On the bottom of the meter you will see “Time remaining for today.” This tells you how much time you have left to reach that day’s goal.
Another exciting addition to the Daily Goal Meter is the opportunity for a consecutive bonus. Here’s how it works. This current meter promotion begins on June 18th at 12:00am PDT and ends on June 30th at 11:59pm PDT. If you manage to reach the daily goal 7 consecutive days within the promotion, you’ll earn a 25 Swag Buck bonus in addition to your daily bonuses. Your 7 consecutive days can fall within any portion of this promotion, just as long as you hit the goal 7 days in a row sometime between June 18th and June 30th. Now, if you’re a real high-achiever, you can try to reach the daily goal all 13 days of the promotion. If you reach the daily goal every day from June 18th through June 30th, you’ll earn 100 Swag Bucks in addition to your daily bonuses. So many earning opportunities!
Here’s is what the new Daily Goal Meter will look like:
Just as before, you can see all of your stats from the previous days by clicking the stats button on the top right corner of the meter. Please keep in mind, your meter may not update in real time. There may be a slight delay as your meter increases as you earn.
All bonuses earned during the June 18th through June 30th Daily Goal Meter promotion will be paid out by July 5, 2012.