Magpie is a service that embeds its own magpie-tweets at a frequency determined by you for example, one magpie-tweet for every 5 of your tweets. You are rewarded in cash for every successfully delivered magpie-tweet and the amount is dependent on the number of followers you have, the popularity of the tweet topic and the compensation model for a particular campaign. The compensation models offered are Pay-per-view, Pay-per-click, Pay-per-lead and Pay-per-sale. As a publisher you have to pre-approve what magpie-tweets show up on your timeline. This gives you total control over what you show and your preferred compensation model.
Before you sign up, you can do a rough estimation as to how much you could potentially earn per month. My estimate only came up to €1.48/month. Out of curiosity, I took a look to see what some of the people I follow would get if they were using Magpie and the highest estimate I came across (without naming them) was about €450.00/month. You can cash out your earnings (via PayPal) once your balance reaches €50.
Next is Adjix2Twitter Embed Ads by Adjix, a relatively new way through which Twitter users who embed ads at the end of their tweets can get paid. The ad format places an optional ad directly into a tweet.
The amount you earn per ad depends on the price an advertiser is willing to pay as well as the number of followers you have. As per the Adjix example, an Advertiser who sets their ad’s price at $0.001/Twitter-follower ($1 CPM) would pay $5 each time a Twitter user, with 5,000 followers, tweeted their ad. Advertisers get to see the contents of each tweet when their ad is embedded.
Payments are paid out via cheque at the end of each month Linkers with an account balance greater than $25.
Here is a short video on how it works:
Note: Adjix is only available in the US at present but they do have plans to eventually go global.
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