I have been using akany's method as shown in his post Easy $xx / day with Social Media & Adult. I have been doing it on/off for over a month with mixed results. I got up to $n/day but had probs and stopped lazy. I am going put time into this again and add twists so that I am not totally dependent on Twitter. So, to rehash the method: 1. Get people on social networks to look at the sexy pics you post. 2. Get them to click on the links you provide. 3. Profit. I left the above very generic for a reason. There are lots of ways to do this. Here are akany's steps, with my updates: 1. Sign up for an account at a traffic buyer. Some buyers are Traffix3 (www.traffix3.com), PlugRush (www.plugrush.com), Trafficbroker, etc. The visitors get sent there and you get paid. 2. Get the tracking URL. You may need to create a publisher zone, depending on the system. 3. Go to http://www.bitly.com or any other URL shortener and shorten the tracking URL. The shortened URL is the one you will post in the twitter posts. 4. Get a (PVA) phone verified account. Make your own or buy some. Don't use non-PVA accounts. 5. Next you will need find a way to post new tweets to your account automatically. What you want to post is a porn image or video together with some hashtags like #porn #nsfw and your bitly URL. akany used his own PHP script that uploads a new image / post once per hour via the twitter API. I use a twitter posting app. There are other ways to do it. 6. Now, find some popular twitter accounts in the adult niche, for example @brazzers, and do the classic follow/unfollow thing. You can also use the Twitter API to automate this step. 7. Rinse and repeat method AGAIN, this is one specific way to do it. There are a dozen twists I can think of (and will be trying). Some problems I encountered: 1. I was posting the same shortened links across 50+ accounts. This got all accounts suspended. LESSON = Do not use the same links on multiple accounts. 2. Most of the suspended accounts were non-PVA and Twitter requires a mobile number to un-suspend. Most of the non-PVA accounts were new with >50 followers so I just gave up on them. Huge waste of time. LESSON = Use PVA's. 3. I was doing follow/unfollow on sports related stuff and found my accounts with some type of block. The account was visible however I could not tweet, follow/message. I let the account sit for a few days and then tweeted generic stuff and the block cleared. LESSON= Only follow/unfollow from adult accounts.