I agree with wilderness.
If you search on the internet a lot, then all you need to do is switch to Bing and do the searches there. I've never earned a referal bonus. I typically don't enter the contests, and wait for enough to get a $5 coupon to AMZ or TRU and buy legos at a discount. I can earn about 2 or 3 per year by just changing my search habits.
Thanks, guys. What prompted my starting this thread was a note from Bing saying if I used the Edge browser there would be even more benefits.
Your replies have enticed me to at least use Edge/Bing for looking for new writing ideas. And maybe I could somehow start poking them with a stick to better index more of my scribblings.
Not available for Canadian residents Guess I won't be applying.
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