Twitter:Make money

Twitter has become one of the most popular social networking sites in the world in recent years and it is not showing any signs of slowing down. So many of us are working online these days and making money from home instead of going to work. There are also so many of us looking for ways of making just a little bit of extra money to see us through a rainy day or to save for the future. There are so many ways of making money from the comfort of your own home it really is hard to know what to chose from. I have been using Twitter for only a few months and have found it to be very addictive so I searched a way of a making money from using it instead of just wasting away my hours tweeting so to speak. I found a great site called revtwt which places adverts on your twitter updates and you get paid for each person that clicks on those adverts.

There is a limit however to how many ads you place each day but if you have a lot of followers this can stack up. The good thing about it is that you get to choose what kind of ads are placed and you can post them yourself with a very easy ad posting link.

All you have to do is sign up for a free account and link your twitter page with your revtwt account, you also have to make sure you have a paypal account as you get paid through paypal once your earnings reach $20. If you don't have a paypal account just simply sign up for one and then you can get started.

You won't become rich from doing this however you will no doubt make a little bit of extra money on the side from something you do on a daily basis anyway and one good thing with this is that you don't really have to put in any hard work or effort, so even if you make 20 cents a day you are still making something.

To sign up to revtwt please go to the following link

Happy tweeting!!!

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