Five Social Media Networking Websites To Make Money Online



1. You Tube


If there's a dramatic performer hidden inside you who craves applause and adulation, upload yourself on YouTube. You can be a filmmaker, musician or comedian who wants a wider audience. Your earnings will come from ads displayed on your video page. This process is similar to the pay-per-click advertising program common to other Websites and blogs. Sites such as Flixya and Mediaflix can be helpful in this regard.

2. Blogger


If you're a passionate closet writer who wants to be published but can't find a way to do so, make each keystroke your way to wealth by penning your own blog. Starting a blog doesn't require extensive technical skills but it's important that you have expertise in the field you are writing on. This will attract visitors to your site. Building a large following will enable you to earn profit by luring advertisers, writing paid reviews or getting commissions for promoting other people's products.

3. Twitter


Sponsored Tweets is a well-known ad service for Twitter allows you to set your own price-per-click for ads that you tweet. You can choose the ads you tweet from a list of available ads that are updated regularly. You must have at least 50 followers, 100 tweets, and an account that is at least 60 days old to sign up for this service.

4. Facebook


  If you have knowledge on php and html coding. Develope facebook apps and share it to others. If the app you have created is considered to be “sticky”, it will more than likely draw the attention of folks (ad networks, companies, etc) in need of advertising solutions. In order to make money from your sticky app, you can sell ad space to ad networks and/or other companies so that they may advertise their product, service, or whatever else, on your app/app page and you’ll get paid for it. In 2009, it was estimated that a third of Zynga’s estimated 240 million dollar revenue came from selling ad space. Now there are 4 major forms of selling ads space:



5. Pinterest


Small businesses can benefit in big ways from getting users to “pin” photos of their items on to their Pinterest boards. Create an account, engage in the community by pinning other people’s photos and upload photos that entice people to buy your product.


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