In terms of getting rewarded for searches, I've never been a big fan of Bing Rewards, particularly when I have Swagbucks available. But I decided to join the program today and found it to be, well, okay. I would still make Swagbucks my primary search engine, but here are a few advantages that Bing has over SB:
1. You know exactly what you are getting. Two searches are worth a point, up to 30 points per day. You don't have to click on any links, so you can bang through those searches in about two minutes. There are also bonus links to click for 1-10 points. Do it while you are watching TV or something. Points are worth about a penny each. The list of prizes is much smaller than at SB.
2. You can earn "status," based on how many points you have accumulated. The top status gets you 10% off rewards.
That's pretty much it. My plan is to come in in the morning, bang out my 60 searches and be done with it for the day. Maybe I'll give myself a calendar invite. That's a couple of gift cards every month, which is not terrible for doing nothing. I should be able to earn Silver Status within a week and Gold within a month.
If you sign up through my referral link and earn Silver status within a month, I get 200 points. Not a big deal, but every bit helps.