Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by zozor, Jun 11, 2009.
I am thinking of advertising on revtwt but just wanted to have some feedbacks of other users.
Seems like a cool idea. Just test it out see if it works for you.
hmm, I just started useing it yesterday and made .40 in one day with an account with ~700 followers and a couple spam tweets by me.
I've made about $8 just doing it pretty half-assed. They basically have you advertising their affiliate links.
What I mean is has anyone paid revtwt to get advertising on their network.
REVTWT is a SCAM.
As soon as you will start earning above $2-3 a day they will cancel payments saying you violated the TOS.
I thought at first they just shaved the earnings, because my analytics showed much more clicks than theirs, but they are SCAMMERS.
DON'T WORK WITH REVTWT.
I second what the poster above me has to say. Stay well away from revtwt!! They are a SCAM! Not sure about towards advertisers, but if they are screwing there publishers then that just says it all really.. Stay well away from REvtwt.. Funnily enough i believe it was bought out by someone registered here and you never ever see that person defending these SCAM claims. Says it all really..
hmm ive been using revtwt, only making little amounts , concerned now though , can anyone offer an alternative pay per click affiliate that isnt going to mind tweet traffic?
I recommend to stay away from RevTwt, some have said they cut you out once you start earning 2 to 5 dollars a day.
I wasn't making much with them and they already owed me about 30 bucks but I just deleted my account with them, seriously there are better things to do with twitter traffic.
Maybe email submits?
I'm probably going to get my $10 cashed out, and then start rebuilding trust on my twitters before finding a new site. I only have like $3.00 right now.
The OP's question wasn't about revtwt paying, it was about being an advertiser. They seem to deliver for advertisers. The only person I've seen write about it is shoemoney. Here's a link to the article.
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