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Thread: RevTwt is HUGE - I failed EPICALLY

  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Sheley View Post
    but is "stickycarrots" shoemoney?
    No he's not, yet there are a lot more people making a lot of money online, not only Jeremy "Shoemoney" Shoemaker.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Sheley View Post
    I'm sure he does, I was talking about the OP and then I removed that comment
    but is "stickycarrots" shoemoney?
    No, I am not shoemoney. It doesn't matter though...your claim was that "There are no companies paying 200$+ for one tweet" when there clearly are. Granted, you have to have a bunch of followers, but companies are looking for exposure on Twitter. I believe 100% that RevTwt is the main reason you see this starting.

    Also, I am signed up with SponsoredTweets as well

  3. #13
    Well it's news to me, I signed up with the sponsoredtweet link, I put a tweet at 26$
    if I get an offer, I'll come back here and eat my words

    just IMO, I wouldn't pay 200$ for a tweet even if it was with a 100k followers account, but than again, I'm not best buy
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  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Sheley View Post
    Well it's news to me, I signed up with the sponsoredtweet link, I put a tweet at 26$
    if I get an offer, I'll come back here and eat my words

    just IMO, I wouldn't pay 200$ for a tweet even if it was with a 100k followers account, but than again, I'm not best buy
    True. I just got the K-Mart ad shoemoney did, but only got paid $20. You really can't complain about a free $20 though. lol

  5. #15
    I signed up to an advertiser to this "RevTwt" and they basically wanted me to jump through bloody hoops to even get the money on my account. As an advertiser I don't have time to piss around doing those type of things.

    Also I think they're taking way too much per click from the publishers. I personally think that if someone comes in with a better model they could dominate the Twitter ad market. Its not something I'm interested in though.
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  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Nathan View Post
    I signed up to an advertiser to this "RevTwt" and they basically wanted me to jump through bloody hoops to even get the money on my account. As an advertiser I don't have time to piss around doing those type of things.

    Also I think they're taking way too much per click from the publishers. I personally think that if someone comes in with a better model they could dominate the Twitter ad market. Its not something I'm interested in though.
    The advertiser system on RevTwt is pretty simple I think. As soon as you make payment via PayPal the funds are added to your account (I've spent over $300 in advertising on there in the past 2 months...lol). I agree that the 50% they're taking is a bit much, but that's been accepted by the publishers and advertisers long enough that I doubt it'll change.

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