Announced early during April 2010, Twitter has planned to roll out Twitter Sponsored Ads. This means users can pay to have their tweets sent in as many Twitter streams as they are willing to pay for. It’s an interesting business model and revenue stream for the network, but how will it stick?
With web URL shortening services in high demand these days, it’s no wonder adf.ly hadn’t come around sooner. Allowing you the same benefits of other free short URL services, adf.ly allows one big benefit – each pageview you get counts towards a small percentage of CPM costs for advertisers! Long story short, you get paid to use adf.ly’s services.
With the popularity of social news, there have been many launches and premieres of new apps on the scene. One of the most popular and rising clone site’s is Mixx.com. Very similar to Digg, Mixx allows users to vote up the hottest articles and news based on categories ranging from world news, technology, science, and gaming.
Those who use StumbleUpon for both casual web surfing and internet marketing know how powerful the site is. It’s grown substantially over the last year or 2, increasing not only it’s userbase but also the amount of submitted articles and stumbled posts.