Review: MyLikes, Scam Or Twitter Money Maker?
MyLikes is a brand new Twitter Advertising Network. Again, with all advertising networks, some tend to be scams.
Here’s a quick overview of MyLikes:
MyLikes makes it extremely easy for you to earn money from Twitter ads, regardless of how big or small your number of followers figure is. I understand that the other networks that I have introduced in the past may be more suited to people with large number of followers (e.g. Sponsored Tweets, ad.ly) where they pay you per tweet. With MyLikes (like RevTwt), they pay you per click. And it’s not just $0.001 per click or something ridiculously low. They pay a whopping $0.5 a click. Two clicks could buy you a McDonald’s burger already.
Here’s something about MyLikes that’s also unheard of in the Twitter Advertising Industry: A $2 minimum payout. Some networks have higher payout rates, which means smaller publishers may have to wait a long time before being able to cash out. That’s not the case with MyLikes.
How do I know it’s not another scam? Well here’s why:
1. I have personally received payment from MyLikes. Here’s a screenshot of my PayPal payments from MyLikes:
So far I have made $165.97 just from MyLikes ads, from my followers clicking on the links.
This Is NOT a scam.
2. The company MyLikes is actually founded by two ex-Googlers, the former tech lead for AdSense, Arvind Sundararajan and his wife Bindu Reddy, the former head of product management for Google Apps. That’s right. I told you their names. You could knock on their door demanding your money
3. Discloses are compulsory. MyLikes won’t be a company that the FTC will be chasing anything soon for its non-compliance of its rules.
4. Their system only allows you to tweet up to one ad per day. This will cut the chances of you spamming your followers, as well as allowing your account to be potentially suspended by Twitter.
If you sign up for a MyLikes account, you’ll get a chance to win an iPad every month. Sign Up below:
How’s your earnings amount? Tell me in the comments below.