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Maybe you’ve noticed some Celebrities Tweeting to their followers about everything from a new perfume to a website for writing essays and everything in between.
These celebs are making big cash selling those Tweets and you can too.
Screen shot 2011 05 24 at 2.24.54 PM You Can Sell Your Tweets! Its Simple and Profitable! You don’t have to be a celebrity to sell your tweets you just have to Tweet like a Rock Star. And just how much can you make selling your tweets? Can you honestly turn Twitter in to an ATM cash machine? The short answer is “yes.”
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Here’s how it works: You post Tweets for advertisers that want to get their message out to your followers. You get paid “per click” and some advertisers pay as much as 50 cents for every single click you get on the tweet. Advertisers can also buy a Tweet from you for a fixed price, for example, Khloe Kardashian gets about $3,500.00 per Tweet but remember you don’t have to be all that and a bag of chips to sell your own tweets, your Tweets may sell for a more modest amount and consider, even if you’re making, let’s say, $22.00 per Tweet, you won’t be complaining.
Now that you’re ready to get started, SponsoredTweets is the BEST company hands down for selling Tweets and they set up a special URL for you to follow to sign up and start getting selling. Registering is instant and absolute free.
Pay it forward… Use my link now and sign up, I then I will make a very small percentage for every sale you make and keep in mind that SponsoredTweets pays this amount so it is a Win-Win situation. Once you get started, you can sign up people under you and you will start making money every time they sell a Tweet! CaChing!
This is what you’ve been looking for Tweeter Monsters! What are you waiting for? Go sign up and start making money already! SponsoredTweets.com
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