Microsoft Pays To Use Bing
Microsoft pays to use Bing search as in an attempt to attract more search MICROSOFT has introduced a new loyalty scheme that rewards people for searching the web through Bing and shopping on the Microsoft and Windows store. Users can also earn extra points by taking daily quizzes, entering competitions, completing . It’s the company’s latest attempt to poach Google’s users, and arguably the most desperate so far.Microsoft pays to use the Bing search engine, with points you can exchange for a number of freebies.
How Microsoft Pays To Use Bing
The rewards program is extremely simple. You sign up for an account, you earn credits for each search query, and once you’ve accrued enough credits you can redeem them for rewards. You can also earn free credits every day for discovering new aspects of the Bing search engine.
It costs nothing to sign up and the registration process takes less than a minute. To get started:
- Visit the Join Bing Rewards page.
- Click Try It Now.
- Sign into your Microsoft account (or create a new one).
- Speed up the process by signing up with a Facebook account.
I’ve been part of the program for a few months now (no, I am not being paid to endorse it) and I’ve yet to run into any problems. Let’s delve into how the program works and what you can gain from using it.
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