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25 Money making twitters worth following!

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by trickeymickey, Apr 3, 2009.

  1. trickeymickey

    trickeymickey Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Came across this and thought worth a share

    25 Money making twitters from the blog/im scene worth following and most will follow you back.

    YaroStarak - The Professional money maker behind Blog Mastermind.

    Problogger - Darren is the ultimate in professional blogging.

    DoshDosh - Maki occasional posts are powerful must reads.

    KidBlogger - Carl Ocab - The 16 yr old who makes a full time living blogging.

    IanFernando - Making money on twitter with Twitter Traffic Exposed

    TurnipofPower - Used to pimp Entrecard and is now their arch enemy.

    NinjaChad - Making money selling Blog Advertising.

    JoelComm - Social media guru and now author of TwitterPower.

    ViralTweets - This is pretty much like those old chain letters. ViralTweets

    ShoeMoney - If your not following Shoe then you ain't making money online.

    RetireAt21 - Michael is slightly over 21 but well on his way to retirement.

    RosalindGardner -Clickbank's #1 best-selling Super Affiliate Handbook

    Copyblogger - Brian Clark latest success is teaching sells.

    JohnChow - Not only blogs about making money but also loves food!

    ChrisVendilli - One of the guys behind The Twitter Report

    WaltProrok - The other guy behind The Twitter report Twitter Hints

    ChrisBrogan - An overall Guru that will teach you skills for success online.

    JohnCow - Not to be confused with Chow, Cow is the original money mimic.

    NickyCakes - Reformed Black Hat affiliate marketer & straight shooter.

    MoneyReign - Zac Johnson the super affiliate.

    AndrewWee - Money making blogger behind "Secret Blog Weapon"

    JimKukral - This coach teaches how to use social media for more sales.

    AndyMatic - More of a ‘blogging tips' guy & Author behind the book Blog Wild.

    UberAffiliate - Paul Bourque, the 19 year old affiliate blogger.

    MackMichels- Behind the infamous - Maverick Money Makers

    Cheers:)

    Thanks appreciated.

    Mick
     
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  2. calabama

    calabama Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Mick -- How many of these Tweeters are yours? :)

    Nevertheless thanks for the list -- will add them to my accounts.
     
  3. aмillionaírе

    aмillionaírе Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Um, if you ARE following "shoemoney" then you're most likely not making money online. I think these self-proclaimed gurus have enough sheep sucking their cocks. Maverick Money Makers, seriously? These men and their shit are destructive to a functional business.
     
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  4. calabama

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    Agreed -- maverick Money Makers is a scam. A scam that is bad on all levels. I like BH'ing but would hav a hard time selling the useless crap that mackMichaels puts out.

    He may have made some decent $ -- but their are limits -- IMO.




     
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  5. chiky_cin

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    you own those accounts??
    another trick for $$ ??
     
  6. bizedozie

    bizedozie Registered Member

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    Wow, very intesting. Will be trying these
     
  7. Warbucks

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    Sometimes it's worthwhile to listen to the fools in order to know what not to do. Even the most idiotic IMer could have a good idea come across.

    And no, none of those are mine.