Twitterfeed Join Hands with Promotional Partner SkimLinks

Twitterfeed is an amazing platform especially for publishers that allow you to feed blog into Twitter. User need to provide the URL of blog’s RSS and input how often you want posts on Twitter and twitterfeed will take care of the rest. Now in order to help publishing service Twitterfeed has joined hands with UK startup SkimLinks that will offer publishers an option to automatically turn product links and references on blogs into affiliate sales links.

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we’re also introducing a new promotional partner, called Skimlinks. As a publisher, Skimlinks enables you to monetize your blog in multiple ways and you should now be able to sign up straight from your dashboard.

Skimlinks can help you earn money from your blog’s content effortlessly and transparently. The innovative technology works in two ways, converting your normal links into affiliate links, and turning product references in your content into relevant, geo-targeted shopping links.

These links can make you money every time one of your readers clicks through and makes a purchase, with a seamless, automatic process behind-the-scenes. You keep doing what you do best, and Skimlinks takes care of the rest, linking you up immediately with more than 12,000 international retailers, and unlocking all that cash that’s hiding in your content.

Twitterfeed by now has huge market penetration, which is used to automate publishing to Twitter for large and small organization. SkimLinks will over-write links to products with affiliate links to any available vendors, and typically takes 25% of the affiliate revenue resulting from purchases originating on a publisher’s site. Publishers keep 75% of revenue in return for producing the content and providing distribution. This will truly help publishers to earn money easily!

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    It is true that monetizing content can be a real problem for publishers, but Twitterfeed is not the first service that offer these facilities (monetizing, URL shortening and clear statistics).

    There is a platform that’s been around for quite some time and enables content monetization not only for publishers but for pretty much any type of online content: . Its greatest advantage is the fact that it has those 3 features implemented into its own portal, so no third party is needed (like or others).

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