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Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays Gets Poetic

Posted by on Tue, December 10th, 2013 at 5:55 am

Hey Swaggernauts!

It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for the Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays (a.k.a. TTPTP), the contest where your creativity is rewarded with Swag Bucks (in addition to that warm, fuzzy feeling). Instead of all the bells and whistles, we’re going to keep it really simple.

If you want a chance to win the TTPTP, just do the following:

  • First, make sure you have a Twitter account, it’s free to create an account and sign up.
  • Second, make sure you follow Swagbucks.
  • Third, create a message in 140 characters or less that has #TTPTP in it, along with whatever the TTPTP assignment is.
  • Fourth, enter that message into the “Compose New Tweet” box on the lefthand side of the Twitter home screen. Hit the “Tweet” button to broadcast your message to the world, and sit back and wait for TSG to (hopefully) award you for your wit and creativity.


3 Runners Up will win 50 Swag Bucks and one lucky winner will be awarded with 500 Swag Bucks!

Today’s TTPTP Challenge is: Compose a haiku to describe your Swagbucks experience (Thanks for submitting this idea, cleverG!)

Don’t forget to include your Swag Name!

Be Creative! Good Luck!

TSG

And we have our 3 Runners Up and our Winner.  Watch below to see if your Swagbucks Haiku was chosen!  Thanks to everyone who submitted their poems.  We loved reading every single one!  See you next week for another installment of #TTPTP!

Swagbucks Book Club – Mysterious Haiku

Posted by on Fri, January 18th, 2013 at 10:00 am
Welcome Swagbucks Book Clubbers. I hope you are enjoying Mystery Month and January’s reading selection: And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. In this bestselling thriller ten people, each with something to hide and something to fear, are invited to a lonely mansion on Soldier Island by a host who, surprisingly, fails to appear. On ... Read More »