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How To Increase Your Twitter Revenue With SponsoredTweets

Updated on November 22, 2010

Sponsored Tweets Review

Whilst I have been writing on Hubpages I have also benefited from using twitter to spread the word for my articles. Another plus side from twitter is you can also earn extra revenue from advertising. As well as RevTwt, the advertising platform SponsoredTweets allows Tweeters to earn money for spreading the word.

I myself have signed up toSponsoredTweets, and although there are not opportunities every day, I have used Sponsored Tweets with great success, and earned real money.

So what is SponsoredTweets?

SponsoredTweets Review

Social Media advertising is a new way for business to increase visibility and provide services. Among the leading sites in this new medium, Twitter, with its microblogging success is paving the way for new interactions between customers and sellers. Sponsoredtweets, in its function as a virtual marketplace, capitalizes on Twitter based sponsored posts to bridge the gap created in market conversations compared to traditional advertising.

For those seeking to make money online, Sponsoredtweets is one of those simple techniques available. The only requirement is to reach a minimum of 5oo followers( the more followes the better) to earn the right to advertise and be paid for doing so. The hidden caveat, if we can call it that, is to choose carefully which posts to preserve a more important aspect of posting which will be discussed later

On the more technical side, the United States remains the leading source of visitors to the Sponsored Tweets site accounting for 50.9% of the total traffic. India (13.3%), Indonesia (6.6%), and the U.K. (6.3%) are also ardent sponsored twitterers according to data. reserved 7337th place for among millions of ranked sites because of its almost fifteen thousand (149925) daily page visits. Dynamism will eventually give the site an even higher ranking.

The rising popularity of this kind of online remuneration scheme found in Sponsoredtweets emphasizes the real currency for any site owner or blogger - the little idea called credibility. True enough, it is becoming easier to create attractive sites with all the trappings of image wizardry but discerning users will know if the links point to useful or relevant content. If most of the links a site connects to are at least informative, chances are this will result to more subscribers, or in Twitter speak, followers. Content generation is after all about useful information and not just images. 

Tweet to make money?
Tweet to make money?

SponsoredTweets retains its place in a short but growing list of sites that have a potential for larger expansion. The focus it places on accounts with more followers simply shows the importance of having a considerable fan base, an asset for any SponsoredTweets member. Sites can attract thousands of visitors and this will only make sense if the content leads to a productive course of action, better mindset or educational, not just entertaining. At the minimum, a site should contain or at least link to original content; this creates credibility and reveals the gray matter behind the virtual page.

This newfound effectiveness of small bulk advertising efforts will further drive microblogging to greater heights. As the revenue schemes improve, more users will be gain the opportunity to monetize online activities; add quality to generated content. Sponsoredtweets promises to be one of the emerging brands in this lasting trend. The hope is that this will become standard practice among responsible sites, advertisers, and Twitter members. 

Sign Up for Sponsered Tweets

To sign up for SponseredTweets is  really quite simple.When you sign up as a tweeter with, you provide  a profile, your required payment per tweet, and your Twitter information, along with related statistics about your followers. You are then added to the tweeter database. Where advertisers posts a tweeting opportunity suitable for you!

Join SponseredTweets Today


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    • ronaldoh profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from England

      Glad you enjoy it all Bob.

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      PC Bob 

      7 years ago

      The biggest benefit of Twitter, to me, is as a gathering place for all the information I need/want about the preseidential electiosn in 2012. I can interact with others of like mind to me, and we find all the details about candidates, policies, laws, etc. The second benefit is that I can put a few tweets out there for people to click on, and I make a few pennies. Not much, but it's growing. I find offers that are suitable to my peeps and try not to be just a spammer. I also find interesting stories on the Net and tweet them back. pulls it all together for everyone and brings me MORE followers. To me, Twitter is a win/win, no question about it.

    • Drew Breezzy profile image

      Drew Breezzy 

      7 years ago from somewhere in my mind

      These programs don't work...You best bet is tweeting products you are selling via affiliate programs.

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      7 years ago

      I've Never been able to *get* what is good about twitter...not at all, nevermind great...:{

      I Fail to see WHY it even got popular!

    • jcrusin profile image


      7 years ago from 35° 58' 58" N / 86° 31' 7" W

      Well this is great news to learn of Sponsored Tweets. Thanks for a good article.

    • Trsmd profile image


      7 years ago from India

      first time i am hearing that twitter will earn you something.. nice page..

    • Roffi Grandiosa profile image

      Roffi Grandiosa 

      7 years ago from Bandung, Indonesia

      very nice hub!

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      7 years ago

      lets see..


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