Are You Getting Paid to Tweet?

Monetizing Social Media Activities

Social Media Publishers Making Money

Monetizing your social media content like your tweets or fan page content is paying off.

According to a recent survey, over one-half (56%) of social media content publishers, including Twitter users and bloggers, report having monetized their social media activities.

Although the IZEA survey finding that 88.3% of social media publishers monetize social media seems somewhat high,  they also find some interesting data.

  • Twitter users earn 298% more for their blogs than non-twitter users in social media sponsorship.
  • Most common venues for sponsored social media activity:
    • Blog posts (64.3%)
    • Twitter updates (44.5%)
  • 52.3% of social content publishers have received direct material compensation for their social content.

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1 Response to “Are You Getting Paid to Tweet?”


  1. 1 am September 23, 2010 at 4:16 pm

    most people i know are skeptical about making monetary transaction online, a few have no problem with it, creating an online revenue flow may not be impossible for a few, most of us, though, have a long way to go


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