Extra Pocket Money From Twitter

Posted by Connie on Tuesday, November 17th, 2009 at 11:53 pm and is filed under Chronic Illness, Earn Money.
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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Sponsored Tweets. All opinions are 100% mine.

I’ve been taking part in Sponsored Tweets from Izea since it started a few months ago. I earn money by tweeting for an advertiser and by referring people to become members of Sponsored Tweets. Now there’s an easy way to refer Twitter users to advertisers, another way that I can make some extra pocket money.

Here’s the way it works:

  1. I set my price for my tweets. I can rely on the suggested price given to me by Izea based on a number of factors including the number of my followers. I chose to go a little under the suggested price to get more offers, or so I think that’s how it works!
  2. I decide on what tweets I want to send. I like having a choice.
  3. I get paid! Once my tweet is approved, within 24 hours, my account is credited. It does take $50 for me to withdraw my pocket money.
  4. All tweets are listed as being sponsored. I may use #ad or #sponsored on my tweets. There are a number of options to choose from, but all are transparent.


I can make referrals on Twitter, on my blogs (see the widget on the right) and anywhere else on the interwebs. Now with the new Referral API, I can make referrals to advertisers as well. I can use a twitter list and get information about their twitter grades, how much they charge, etc. With this info I can refer an advertiser and earn money this way too. Want to earn money from Twitter, go ahead and sign up for sponsored tweets
This is perfect for anyone with a chronic illness who uses Twitter to keep in touch with friends.

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