Sharetori Will Pay You To Share Content On Social Networks
Posted by Binjo on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 · 9427Leave a CommentSharetori+Will+Pay+You+To+Share+Content+On+Social+Networks2012-10-10+09%3A19%3A39Binjohttp%3A%2F%2Fwww.technesstivity.com%2F%3Fp%3D9427
So you’ve signed up on a bunch of social networks and you’ve got quite the followership. Won’t it be great if you could spend so much time on social media sites and get paid to share stuff?
Sharetori will pay you to post short messages, links and other content on social media. All you’ve got to do is signup and select one of the “Things to Share”, craft your own message and hit the share buttons.
The service lets you share to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+ while paying you per message. For example if you select a message to share, you’ll get paid once. No matter how many times you choose to share such message.
There’s also an analytics dashboard where you can view the message you shared and how many clicks and revenue it generated. Revenue can be withdrawn and received as credit for your mobile phones. Sharetori says they’re also looking towards rewards and gifts just in case you don’t want credit.
For advertisers, Sharetori let’s you reach as many people as possible on social media platforms by creating campaigns. Campaigns start from a mimum of N10,000 at N25 per massage. You can also decide when you want to launch and end campaigns as well as decide a minimum number of friends and followers the sharetori users must have to share your message.
Users can be further broken down into Male and Female.
Sharetori isn’t the first service offering money to post message on social networks. Earlier this year, a similar service Nairatweets launched and pays users per tweet.
Sharetori differs from Nairatweets in mode of payment and its interface. Naira tweets also calculates the costs of tweets based on number of followers Sharetori pays a flat rate to all users at present.
What do you think about pay-to-share services? Do they amplify noise about products or do you hate the hype they create on your feed?
Please leave a comment.
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