How Do I Use PCHSearch&Win? Ask Edwin!

Hello, Searchers!

It’s none other than Edwin here – the wise (and extraordinarily cute) owl and the mascot for PCHSearch&Win – the best place to get the answers you need … and the prizes you want!

Edwin the Owl

Now, whether you’re brand new to PCHSearch&Win or you need a quick refresher, I’m here to answer that all-important question: How do I use PCHSearch&Win? After all, you don’t want to wing it … ha, ha! “Wing it” Get it?

PCHSearch&Win is Publishers Clearing House’s search engine with a winning twist! It’s powered by the best search engines on the Internet, Google and Yahoo, so you know you’ll get great search results. And … here’s the part I love … with the first search of the day, after logging in, you will entered into the life-changing, millionaire-making, absolutely awesome PCH SuperPrize! Plus, you could win instant prizes every day – such as an LCD TV, $1,000 Fast Cash, and gift cards to your favorite stores!

How do I use PCHSearch&Win

PCHSearch&Win sure is a wise way to search the Internet. And, I want to make sure each and every one of you is getting the very best out of it. So, I’m happy to present to you …

EDWIN’S PCHSEARCH&WIN DOs and DON’Ts

DOs

  • Do use PCHSearch&Win for your daily web searching. With results from Google and Yahoo, PCHSearch&Win will have the results you’re looking for!
  • Do search for things that you are genuinely interested in. Looking for the latest football scores? A weight loss program to satisfy your New Year’s resolution? Tomorrow’s weather? Where to go for sushi? (See the picture below … I love sushi!) You can search and find information about almost anything on PCHSearch&Win! And, of course, there are also great search ideas to be found here at the PCHSearch&Win blog!
  • Do let your friends know about the terrific search results and winning opportunities available at PCHSearch&Win.

Edwin Sushi

DON’Ts

  • Don’t perform random unnecessary searches or search for the same term over and over in hopes of winning. (As much as I love my fan base, please don’t keep typing “Edwin is a cutie” in the search bar, even though it is true!) Use PCHSearch&Win as you would use any other search engine. If you’re looking for something interesting to search, keep an eye out for fun facts located within PCHSearch&Win’s daily emails. At PCHSearch&Win we’re always providing you with fresh search ideas that can lead you to search for new and exciting information!
  • Don’t click repeatedly on search results; it does not improve your chances of winning.  Only click on results that provide what you are looking for!

Whooooo gives you the best advice on how to get the most out of PCHSearch&Win? Why, me … your fine feathered friend Edwin the Owl. So, start searching now at PCHSearch&Win! And if you have any more questions on how to use PCHSearch&Win, give me a hoot by replying in the comments section below!

Happy Searching,

Edwin
PCHSearch&Win Mascot-in-Chief

 


83 thoughts on “How Do I Use PCHSearch&Win? Ask Edwin!”

  1. Caroline Himes says:

    Pchsearch&win I’m searching now to win my forever prize please from pch for 7000 a week every week for life. Can you please help me to win this please !! The 7000 a week every week for life from pchsearch&win

  2. Joseph Nsoah says:

    Hi I am claiming my 5x entries to win my unique super prize gwy 4900 for $5,000.00 a week for ever and my prize code 4900 I want to activate and win the 27th February 2015 . plus I claim my eligibility to win $1.000 for my TV area on the early look event on the 30th April 2015.

  3. Joseph Nsoah says:

    Hi I am claiming my 5x entries to win my unique super prize gwy 4900 for $5,000.00 a week for ever and my prize code 4900 I want to activate and win the 27th February 2015 oat the early look event thanks

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