Pay per click is just one way to make money with Twitter.
I’ve been paid thousands of dollars by this pay per click network.
Pay per click is exactly what it sounds like – companies will pay you a set amount per click (around $.80) with the chance to earn up to a certain amount by achieving a set number of clicks.
So if your click target is set for 100 clicks, you will get $80 when you achieve that (at $.80 per click).
They will initially offer you a low amount to see how well you can hit your click target.
When I first started my offers were around $100, and now they’re over $500 per campaign.
Exceed your target & they will increase your offer the next time.
So, exactly HOW do I get so many clicks?
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Pay Per Click Secret
The secret to getting paid a premium is to QUICKLY find a very highly targeted audience that is already interested in your campaign!
It’s just like any other marketing in TV or magazines… A brand identifies a certain target audience for their product & then figures out where that audience will be, so they can get their product in front of that audience.
As an online marketer, I find tremendous success doing this using Twitter Lists.
Even before writing my blog post, I rack up hundreds of clicks using Twitter lists!
NOTE: The method below is not exclusive to pay per click campaigns. Use these tips to find an audience for anything you want to promote online!
Watch the video below to see exactly how to use Twitter Lists to find your target audience.
WARNING: Not all Twitter lists are created equally!
This awesome course teaches you everything from Twitter lists to growing your following to making an income with Twitter!
Don’t want to take the full course? Download the Twitter Cheat Sheet immediately.
Questions? See the FAQs below…
Q: When I copy and paste, I get a lot of their profile pics and I can’t seem to get rid of them.
A: Copy & then instead of Paste, select EDIT > PASTE SPECIAL… then choose Unicode Text (or Text. Just not HTML)
Q: Of course now I have to figure out how to tweet them all…?
A: No sweat! I’ll how you how to quickly create & schedule 350 tweets, but in the meantime, you can write out a few tweets & reuse them again & again & include those Twitter handles….
Q: Do you tweet them your pay per click link, your blog link, or both?
A: Most of the time I will send the pay per click link, because that’s what I’m being paid to promote – not my own blog. For giveaways where they need to leave a comment on my blog to enter, I will tweet the blog post link.
Q: If this is something in your class I completely understand, but I was curious if you could show me one of your tweets you send these people asking for retweets. I just don’t want to come of scummy lol
A: Yes, I show you how to write compelling tweets in the course! You definitely don’t want to sound scummy, no! The whole point of the exercise in the video is to find the RIGHT people – people who are already interested in what you are promoting. Then, it shouldn’t be too be hard to figure out what to tweet because you’re simply sharing helpful/useful/interesting/relevant information with them. We get into lots more detail in the course, but for now, just write something helpful – like you would share with a friend.
Q: I was checking out Linqia and noticed you have to have a minimum of followers to participate. Did you do a how-to on getting more followers?
A: Of course I do! This was one of my very first Twitter posts: Twitter For Beginners. You’ll get there in no time at all.
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