There are just as many ways to profit from twitter as there are from a regular web site. Most people use twitter to build a brand and grow the traffic to their money site. If you are ready start making money from twitter it may be best to start a site that has a monetization model that can be fed by social activity. There are some pay per tweet sites that do pay and I have used them in the past, they do in fact pay out. However, they spam up your stream and take away any focus that you have been building with your various twitter accounts.
Hope this helps.
by Tammy 6 years ago
Which site has given you the most success with backlinks?Which site has given you the most success with backlinks out of Reddit, Digg, Twitter, Pinterest, or StumbledUpon?
by Rebecca Long 6 months ago
And if I do not make pay out this month, will my earnings carry over to next month? Will they continue to collect until I can request pay out?
by DCnews 8 years ago
Is there anyone out there successfully using Twitter to make money?
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