Activity from survey

TSG’s Tips – Swagbucks Surveys

Posted by on Mon, June 17th, 2013 at 6:00 am

Happy Monday, Swaggernauts!  TSG hopes everyone had a wonderful Father’s Day weekend!  Speaking of fathers, how have you all been enjoying the 2nd Annual Dads vs. Grads Team Challenge?  You all never cease to amaze me as I watch the point value of both teams go up and up and up!

One of the ways to contribute points to your team is by completing Surveys.  Not only will you earn Swag Bucks, but for every survey that you complete you will contribute 4 points to your team!  To ensure that you are all truly reaping the benefits of this, I’m here today to give you the ins and outs on all of Swagbucks’ survey opportunities.

Survey Dashboard

-Your Survey Dashboard will feature targeted survey opportunities just for you.  Don’t forget to click on “Qualify For A New survey” to find more surveys that you could qualify for!

To access the Survey Dashboard, simply hover over “Answer” on the top bar of any page within the Swagbucks site.  From here, click on “Surveys”:

Homepage Cards

-You can find daily surveys right on your Swagbucks homepage.  If you complete the daily survey, you will earn 60 Swag Bucks!

To access the daily surveys, find the card on your homepage and click through.  It will either look like this:

Or like this:

Inbox Messages

-Make sure to get in the habit of checking your Swagbucks Inbox. You can access your Inbox by clicking on the envelope icon on the top bar of the Swagbucks site.  Often, we send out Surveys directly to your inbox that you have a good chance of qualifying for.  If you see the subject line “BIG BUCKS! New Survey Opportunity”, that means there is a survey available for you.

Targeted E-mail Surveys

-You can receive highly targeted surveys right to your e-mail address you have you on file with Swagbucks.   Make sure to fill out your profiles to ensure you receive the best targeted survey opportunities.   For each profile you complete, you’ll earn 2 Swag Bucks!

Survey Profiles can be found by visiting your Account Settings and clicking on the “Survey Profiles” tab.  You can also access them from the homepage card that looks like this:

Or like this:

Remember, for every survey that you complete, 4 points will be contributed to your team!

If you just love taking Surveys, you can find more under the Peanut Labs wall on our Special Offers Page:

You can also access these from homepage cards that look like this:

Or like this:

Please note: Peanut Lab surveys count as Special Offers and not Surveys, so for every Peanut Lab survey completed, you will contribute 2 points to your team!

Now that you’re all expert survey seekers, get out there and earn those points for your team!

Go Teams!

Get To Know…You!

Posted by on Thu, May 31st, 2012 at 3:00 pm
As you may know, we’ve been letting you get to know the members of team Swagbucks a little better over the past few months.  Well now it’s time for us to get to know you a little better.  Please take a moment to take the following survey so we can better understand who you are. ... Read More »

Two-Part Surveys

Posted by on Thu, February 23rd, 2012 at 11:00 am
Surveys that have a second part have been the topic of discussion for a while now on Facebook and in our Customer Support Department.  We thought we would take this time to address some common questions we’ve been hearing. What are Two-Part or Recontact Surveys? These are surveys that will ask you to come back ... Read More »

Trusted Surveys Part 3

Posted by on Tue, July 19th, 2011 at 12:00 pm
The qualification process for Trusted Surveys is a topic commonly brought up by our users.  Therefore, I wanted to focus Part 3 of Trusted Surveys on answering the two most commonly asked questions regarding this process. Why was I disqualified? Being disqualified simply means that while you were filling out the qualification questions it was ... Read More »

Whos On First?

Posted by on Fri, April 8th, 2011 at 2:00 pm
Hey my team-spirited Swaggernauts! As you probably know, for the last week Team Swag and Team Bucks have been going head to head racking up points for the Play Ball Challenge.  Although I am still proud of my team, Team Swag, Team Bucks started out ahead and continued to skyrocket, maintaining the lead.  But Team ... Read More »