So I've decided I've had enough with SEO. The constant Google algorithm changes, the having to write long, perfectly optimised articles with underlines and italics and H1, the backlinking and the comments... Frak it. Frak it all I say! So I'm venturing into social media for the first time with the aims of monetising some CPA leads. I've never had any luck with CPA and I'm hoping I can change that this time around. I'm approved with multiple networks. What I've done so far is this. I've set up a general domain with individual pages that have a CPA offer. All of them are email submits. What I've done is I've locked the actual CPA offer with a like lock. Users must first press the 'Like' button in order to get access to the special offer (The CPA offer) The general idea behind it is that I advertise on Twitter using TweetAdder, thus getting somewhat targeted leads, and then hopefully go viral on Facebook. So far, I have 4 accounts going in TweetAdder. I'll add about 5 accounts a day. These accounts are all following people, and thus getting follows in return, tweeting from RSS feeds related to their niche as well as sending out periodic tweets with links to the CPA offers. Essentially what I'm doing with those advertising links is basically asking people to RT the tweet in hopes of a tweet with a link to my CPA offer getting retweeted a lot. I've found this to be rather effective. Instead of just hoping someone retweets it, ask them. At the moment I have 65 followers across the 4 accounts. I've played with TweetAdder a fair bit before and have gotten plenty of accounts up to 500-1000 followers fairly quickly, so this isn't hard to do. I'm going to see if I can save up for TweetAttacks with money I earn from CPA, rather than dig into other earnings that are going towards other projects. I want this to be a completely self sustaining and separate project of mine, as if I was starting from scratch. So, follow, subscribe, hate, love, whatever. Hopefully as I learn, you can learn too. If you have any suggestions, questions, comments, please feel free to chime in.