There are many ways to make money via the internet. In addition to the blog, you can earn money through Twitter. One of the newest programs is a moneymaker on Twitter SponsoredTweets.
What is SponsoredTweets?
SponsoredTweets is a pay per tweet broker that enables you to monetize your Twitter account. SponsoredTweets bring together advertisers and Twitter users. The advertisers create campaigns sponsored links via Twitter. Twitter users (called Tweeters) earn money by spreading the message sponsor of the advertisers. Almost equal to the pay-per-post, but do not use a blog instead SponsoredTweets Twitter.
How do I join SponsoredTweets?
It's easy. First, of course you must already have a Twitter account. If you do not have a Twitter account, please sign up Twitter here. Second, open SponsoredTweets site, click the big button "Click Here to Sign Up" and click "Allow" to allow SponsoredTweets access your Twitter account. Third, fill your Twitter data corresponding to questions (email, keywords, categories, price per Tweets, price per click, etc.). Done.
Once registered, almost the same as the system used paid programs, you have to wait if there is "Opportunities" available to you. If you get a quote "Opportunities", which you do is accept it by clicking "Accept". You do not need to copy and paste a message that must be sent via Twitter.
For the price per Tweet and per click, determine your own principle. But if you do not have the reference price, the SponsoredTweets will help you put a price based on the number of followers and the level of the status of "celebrity" that you have. The more followers you are and the higher the status of "celebrity" you, your Tweeter price is also higher.
Is there already proved that SponsoredTweets not a scam?
There is really. John Chow, a world leading professional blogger you surely know, has just reported that he get two opportunities worth $ 250 (each valued at $ 125) from SponsoredTweets. Commission of SponsoredTweets be withdrawn via PayPal after collecting at least $ 50. Not bad, isn't it?
What about you? Interested in trying?