Ever since I’ve changed careers over to real estate it seems like the time available for playing games has been reduced quite a bit. I’ve been finding myself playing a few more casual mobile games on my Droid Razr, or playing Facebook games. I’ve been searching Amazon for local deals like a $1300 baseball tour travel included. I still do try to get in some League of Legends time as well, but those are so few and far between now that my ELO has dropped quite a bit. I’ve noticed that people still search for how to get Facebook credits for free for the Facebook games though.
I used to get quite a bit from 4Loot (almost 250 free Facebook credits since last year for minimal effort), until they recently changed their payouts. Its now 1000 4Loot points for $5 worth of credits. So I’ve focused on Shopkicks for my Facebook credit fix.
I usually do not put much information about my personal life onto this blog, but in this day and age it seems like it hurts your business more than help to keep certain things out of it. The last time I posted something similar about a job change was almost 4 years ago when I started a Project Manager position. This time I will be tackling the career of a Realtor here in Maui, Hawaii specializing in buying/selling a home in South Maui.
I just wanted to post a short update for Shopkick users on a way to get 2000 free Shopkick points (valued at 80 Facebook Credits or $8 Best Buy Gift Card), that I seemed to have stumbled upon while using this neat little mobile phone app. If you don’t want to install a phone app, and would like to earn free Facebook credits instead go here.
I have been spending much of my downtime playing various Facebook games recently, and have run into the problem of not being able to compete with people who spend real money on the games to buy virtual goods. Its quiet the dilemma since I do not wish to spend my money on these games, but I want to be able to progress. So as I mentioned before about getting free Facebook credits here last month. I found a way to earn them rather easily every day (albeit slowly).