Twitter Advertising

Discussion in 'Social Media for Business' started by RestOwner, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. RestOwner

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    I came up upon this site that pays you to tweet "Sponsored Tweets" I'm not quite sure how it works yet, the site is confusing.

    Here's the link: http://sponsoredtweets.com/

    If someone else understands it better please comment.
     
  2. forum.wedost.com

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    You can earn from this website but you must have huge follower list if you want to make some money. It will not give huge money but you can earn. It works.
     
  3. williams8899

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    As Twitter becomes more mainstream, marketers are naturally starting to think about Twitter advertising. Internet advertising offers many advantages over traditional advertising such as quantification of results and efforts (ROI). Advertising on Twitter allows even more unique opportunities to reach an audience that is virtually transparent.
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  4. 50Cent

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    It means that you must have huge amount of followers. So you just tweet what they wanted you. You can earn money by purely tweeting.
     
  5. RestOwner

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    I actually thought about putting myself on the other side(me being the person who is receiving the ads from another follower) and I realized I wouldn't like to see tweet ads filling up on my twitter. So, it's good idea but I wouldn't use it.
     

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