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Should I wait till I have more followers to monetize?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Skynet1, Sep 30, 2016.

  1. Skynet1

    Skynet1 Registered Member

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    I was thinking about monetizing my Twitter which only has around 5k followers, but I don't know if I should wait till I get more.

    Also, I don't know how I should monetize my Twitter considering my niche is Fighting Videos and High School fights.

    Any ideas or advice would be great.

    Thanks.
     
  2. johnny1221

    johnny1221 Regular Member

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    You should wait till you have more
     
  3. azurous

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    How are you going to monetize it?
     
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    Lock the videos with a video locker, show half the video and in order for people to see full video they have to fill a cpa offer, many cpa networks have video lockers
     
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  5. Chris.Roark

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    Okey, this one is a long run type of strategy. You can try it.

    1. Continue to grow your account (think of business as usual).

    2. Create a review website for fighting gear. (gloves, shorts and all sorts ;)) [DO NOT MONETIZE YET - JUST RELEVANT CONTENT]

    3. Start inserting MMA or boxing fights (if you are not doing it already).

    Once in a while, when you identify products in your videos, review them on your blogs and insert the link in your tweets.

    3. Create titles with the name of the brand and the fighter.

    4. Monitor your traffic, see if you get engagement.

    5. MONETIZE: Start inserting also affiliate links in your reviews.


    THINGS TO CONSIDER:

    Not every tweet needs to be monetized.

    Use the 4-2 or 4-1 formula (not an exact number): for every 4 fighting tweets post 1 review tweet (the monetization tweet).

    When you start monetizing, try to act natural, don't make your account look spamy.

    Hope it helps!
     
  6. LifeHacks

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    That's legit, Should make a tut