wuggingSlang term that means Web use giving. The term wugging means to raise charity money through the Internet and Web sites. No cost is incurred by the user as the money is earned through affiliate programs as well as search engine advertisers. One of the most common forms of wugging are using a charity sponsored search engine while shopping online. An example of wugging is the iBakeSale Web site, which lets users sign up schools and other organizations and receive cash-back rewards for their organizations while making purchases online.
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