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Posted by Team Swagbucks on Wed, November 20th, 2013 at 10:00 am
Encrave (short for Entertainment Crave) is one of the most entertaining and guaranteed ways to earn Swag Bucks. We want you to enjoy and discover great content across the internet and with Encrave, you will find something that appeals to you.
You’ll find Encrave in various places around Swagbucks:
Just click on the link and you have the opportunity to discover new videos and articles that are trending across the Internet. Choose one of the options in the list or just start from the top and work your way through the list. So what does discovering new videos and content get you? Well, it gets you more Swag Bucks, of course! Every time you complete the list of options, you will earn Swag Bucks. Also, you may have multiple opportunities to discover new videos and content through Encrave during the day.
As long as you see the homepage card, you can discover and earn! And that is why we want your feedback!
Let us know about your experiences with the videos or articles you have found on Encrave.
– Have you learned something this week by watching a TED talk? Tell us about it below!
– Did you read a helpful or interesting Huffington Post article worth sharing? Let us know in the comments below!
The more info you can give us about the specific video or article, the more helpful it is to us so we can continue to bring you great content.
In return for sharing your opinion, we will randomly hook up 5 commenters with 25 SBs each on Monday, Nov 25th.
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Posted by Team Swagbucks on Mon, February 7th, 2011 at 12:00 pmThe TED talks features the brightest and most creative minds around the country sharing ideas, lectures and performances with one another. Jake Shimabukuro is a famous Ukelele artist who shares his love of the Uke (and an incredible performance of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”) in this TED talk: Maybe next time we get a Ukelele from ... Read More »
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