Tweet Cash Pro Offers Guide to Making Money on Twitter

The future of Twitter has just been re-written with a revolutionary online guide now being adopted to generate huge sum of money by simply using today’s most popular microblogging platform.

Online PR News – 14-September-2010 – – Tweet Cash Pro, considered a phenomenal discovery by many internet technology experts, is making waves as a one of its kind system that allows generation of revenues through marketing via the Twitter.

The system involves easy to follow process where product ‘tweets’ are delivered and marketed across multitude of Twitter audience, thus literally converting followers and visitors into real cash values.

Available at reasonable rates, the Tweet Cash Pro also comes with 2 bonus products such as the Quick Cash Method and Tweet Cash Autoblog.

With this microblogging platform, companies that are desperate to reach consumers in the social-media crowd employ the strategic use of Twitter in getting its products and services across.

Anyone who has a Twitter account can make use of the guide to connect to possible thousands of followers and tweeting through them company products and services.

“Tweet Cash Pro takes you by the hand and walks you through it all,” says Joan Sloan, a home-based working mother of a 3-year old son and a 2-year old daughter, and uses Twitter while the kids are asleep.

She has been tweeting on behalf of a consumer goods company, home tips about making dishes look great and taste even better. In return, she gets paid for every traffic hit to the company site.

Twitter has been growing phenomenally over the last couple of years, with estimated number of subscribers and users already topping the 100 million mark since its launch in 2006 as a mobile social networking service.

With its surging growth globally, it has also afforded companies with the venue to build brands, undertake quick research, send information to customers, conduct e-commerce and create communities for their users.

In a story posted by Time Publication last year, it cited that for Twitter to be a part of a company's efforts to communicate with customers, the customers must be willing to "follow" the company on Twitter, thereby allowing the individual consumer to choose which firms he is willing to get messages directly from.

It is reported also in separated publications that in February this year, Twitter users around the world were sending an average of 50 million tweets per day, and by the end of first quarter of 2010, some 4 billion tweets were estimated to have been posted.