Friday, June 1, 2012

Earn Rewards with ManiRewards

ManiRewards Launches to Bring Fun and Prizes to Routine Online Activities
Digital Network Provides Rewards for Everyday Activities Online

ManiRewards is a rewards program that gives you points for visiting websites, sharing links, viewing videos, playing games, and more.

Every day, people go online to check their favorite sites, watch videos, read articles and swap links with friends. Until now, these routine activities provided few tangible brand rewards. Adiant, a digital media technology company, aims to change that with the launch today of ManiRewards, a patent-pending digital rewards network that allows members to earn real prizes when they spot ManiRewards badges on the web. The badges are distributed across many of the Web's top sites, providing ManiRewards members with an opportunity to earn prizes for routine online activities.

ManiRewards member sign-up is free and getting started is easy. Members can start looking for their chance to earn Mani Points by clicking on the ManiRewards badges that appear all over the web courtesy of Adiant’s highly ranked advertising network.

  • Earn points by visiting websites, playing games
  • Redeem your points for great rewards
  • claim valuable prizes, including gift cards, free products, discounts, magazine subscriptions and much more

In addition to delivering valuable prizes for online activities, ManiRewards offers merchants a new opportunity to promote their brands by sponsoring rewards. ManiRewards members will find badges distributed across the Web's leading publishing sites as they seek prizes online, and associating a brand with a ManiRewards prize increases value perception.

ManiRewards is a fun way for members to earn rewards online, and access to premium prizes will inspire millions of new users to say, "Show me the Mani!"

Disclosure: I did not receive any products nor was paid for this post. I was provided info from the PR firm/Company to share. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts. No other compensation was given.

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