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I've the traffic (100,000+ Targeted Twitter Followers): Do you have the product/service?

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by muchacho, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. muchacho

    muchacho Supreme Member

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    I have half a dozen or so Twitter accounts which have taken the best part of 12 months to build up, but I now collectively have over 100,000 followers who are targeted towards the Reality TV genre and any people who have since become famous as a result. The age range audience is more teens/young adults.

    If you have a product or service which you feel will fit this audience get in touch. I can provide the traffic from Twitter and we can split the profit.

    I did have success with Adsense (auto blog) but Google blacklisted the website so whilst my Adsense account is still active, the £10 per day I was earning by just displaying latest news, has since gone.
     
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    TheKingGeek Senior Member

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    I just sent you a pm, please let me know what you think.
     
  3. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    I'd put content locker on a site and make them fill out a survey to watch some tv show.. After they've filled out the survey simply redirect them to someone else's site that offers it.
     
  4. muchacho

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    In case anybody isn't sure, when I say teen / adult audience I mean a family oriented product/service. I.e, nothing to do with sex et al.
     
  5. muchacho

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    Hmm, must say I've never been down this road before.

    Is it simple to set up and get going? How does the whole process work with regards to how I get paid and who the survey results go to?