So, I decided to try out about a week ago the Sponsored Tweets PRO membership to really see if it makes any difference in gaining more paid to tweet opportunities.
With the system, apparently my membership would put me closer to the advertiser and not so far down as the ‘low man on the totem pole.’ This idea for experimenting came about as I combed the Sponsored Tweets support forum and the majority of the comments about it was just disappointing.
While I get a free 30 day trial on the system, I am going to be gathering comments from other PRO users, reveal if I actually got a decent opportunity or two, and share my final thoughts.
I am glad Izea is making money on their properties, but I think with so many users in the program, the advertising programs they offer, and more, the system, seems to have deviated off its original path and only become useful to those with large follower accounts. These larger follower counts do not necessarily have a great “true” reach – meaning they might have 80,000 followers, but maybe a reach that is 5 to 10 percent of that number.
It makes me wonder if even the Klout system, also an Izea property, is as accurate as it should be or perhaps another faulty system.
So, follow me on my journey.