99 Ways to Make Money Using Twitter Produced by entrepreneurial blog Geekpreneur, creators of the popular Geek's Guide to Twitter, the book covers methods as varied as TwitPitching, app-building, trend-spotting and affiliate selling, and is filled with practical ideas for everyone.
Illustrated with case-studies and proven examples, 99 Ways to Make Money with Twitter reveals how individuals and businesses are using microblogging to build brands, land sales and win new customers. Each chapter explains where to start and how to do it, and even provides a real-life commercial model to copy.
Since winning the SXSW blog award in 2007, Twitter's growth has been phenomenal. From 500,000 users in early 2008, the site now hosts around 10 million microbloggers, and is used by enthusiasts, professionals and businesses alike.
"99 Ways to Make Money Using Twitter is a must-have guide for entrepreneurs who want to capitalize on the Twitter phenomenon. I've shared a number of its suggestions with the startups I counsel. In fact, I intend to apply some of its advice in my own businesses."
- Alexander Muse , Co-Founder, SpringStage.com Startup Network
"Monetizing efforts on the social web can be an extremely daunting task, and in many cases Twitter is one of the hardest places to convert conversation into dollars. Whether you want to integrate Twitter into your company's marketing plan or simply earn extra income, 99 Ways to Make Money Using Twitter is for you. A hat tip to the editors of Geekpreneur for providing real-world examples and ideas on how to accomplish return on investment with Twitter."
- Geoff Livingston, Senior Vice President / Social Media, CRT/tanaka and Author, Now Is Gone
"For those who aren't careful, Twitter can be ridden with empty promises and misinformation as everyone tries to take advantage of its opportunities. With 99 Ways to Make Money Using Twitter, Geekpreneur breaks out a comprehensive approach and detailed instructions on how to tap into this powerful utility."
- Kevin Dugan, award-winning marketing executive and creator of the blogs Strategic Public Relations and The Bad Pitch Blog