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Sponsored Tweets & Advertising 4 You

I've had some really good experience with Sponsored Tweets. This is a program that merchants & advertisers pay regular Twitter users, like myself, to broadcast or announce upcoming sales and special deals for a small price.

Here is a small screenshot of my acct:

I made about $18 on 28 SponsoredTweets. That comes to about .64 cents p/ tweet payable directly to my PayPal acct.

*If you are interested in sponsoring me to tweet your deals, but don't want to sign up with SponsoredTweets.com, contact me directly at:
kryskreations@yahoo.com and put Sponsored Tweets in the Subj line.

I charge .75 p/Tweet or $8.25 for 15 Tweets (.55 cents each).

You will give me the write-up w/ link to your website and tell me the time(s) of day you want it announced! I will provide screenshots of Tweets airing live to send you as your "receipt".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These are the Advertisers who have Sponsored my Tweets:

 

My Twitter acct.  http://twitter.com/chryssy67 

My general audience are moms who blog and are savvy shoppers looking for a good deal! I have over 4,000+ followers and still growing and my twitter “grade” was 97% just a few days ago!

For this and other similar services offered here on this blog, please check the “Sponsorship” tab on my blog: Drachma Girl's Blog



 
 

 

 

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Comment by Chryssy67 on February 25, 2011 at 5:39pm

I use TweetReach to see how many people my tweets reach and how many impressions the links get in my tweets.... all I can say is, there must be a lot of interested or curious people out there, cause my TweetReach sometimes goes as high as the hundred thousands...!!!

 

 

Comment by Alaina Forbes on January 28, 2011 at 11:05am
Have you found that you lost a  lot of followers because of the advertisements? Just curious.

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