Sponsored Tweets – Make Money With Twitter

Sponsored Tweets Review

One of the biggest complaints I’ve heard from people regarding Twitter is the fact that it’s difficult to monetize your following.  This can be incredibly frustrating, especially if you have spent a lot of time building a quality list of followers.

Thankfully it looks as if there’s finally a legitimate way to make money from all of your time and effort on Twitter: Sponsored Tweets.

Sponsored Tweets is a simple way for you to monetize your Twitter account, because all you have to so is sign up for your free account and they will go ahead and match you up with advertisers who pay you to send out their Tweets.

Sponsored Tweets, sponsored tweets reviewEasy enough, right?

Obviously there are a lot of factors that come into play regarding how much you will be paid for each Tweet you send, but it appears that there are two key factors that come into play: the number of followers you have and the influence you have over them, meaning how often do your followers click your links.

When you go to sign up with Sponsored Tweets, the only thing that’s required for your acceptance is that your Twitter account be at least 120 days old.  That’s really it; like I said, it’s really simple and easy.

You have nothing to lose by signing up for Sponsored Tweets.  If you automate your account – which means you allow Sponsored Tweets to access your Twitter account and automatically post Tweets for you – you really are getting paid to do nothing!

Even if you make just a few dollars per Tweet, over time that’s going to add up to a lot of free money for you!  If you keep growing your following base, you’ll keep making more money from your Tweets.

So go ahead, sign up and give Sponsored Tweets a shot.

Have any other ideas on how to monetize your Twitter account?  Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.

Sponsored Tweets Review


  1. Thanks, I just signed up for this. Hopefully I’ll start making money soon.

    Just out of curiosity, how does this play into the new FTC rules?

  2. Tom, sorry for taking so long to get back to you. I think so long as you state that your Tweet is an ad or is sponsored you should be ok. I know Sponsored Tweets gives more information on their website.