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  1. I love this post! I have just started getting more serious about sponsored & affiliate earnings. I have been most successful with Sponsored Tweets so far. I have yet to earn anything through Amazon but I plan on going back and adding links to all my older posts, that may help.
    I just signed up for MyLikes and it looks interesting. I’ve been signed up for Social Spark for awhile but haven’t really looked at until recently. I have my first post for them coming up soon on Purex and hope I do it right so I get paid!
    I’m going to sign up for the few here that I don’t have an account with as well so thank you for sharing!
    .-= HenriettaN´s last blog ..Wizz-e online book review & giveaway =-.

  2. My new year’s resolution was to take my affiliate efforts up a notch. I mostly feature related ebooks from ClickBank and Commission Junction, because the commission tend to run at 50% or higher. I have found that to just post an affiliate link is not enough to convert ads to sales. I write reviews as part of the process and if I can offer a free chapter first, that works well too. This method is way more time consuming than when I used to just post ads to author’s sales page, but I do get way more sales.

    I appreciate your scoop on sponsored tweets, because with all the spam on twitter it’s hard to know who is using what (and I don’t want to be an evil spammer) Thanks for sharing.
    .-= Tina t´s last blog ..Love and Valentine’s Day =-.

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