June 17, 2009
Despite Twitter’s lack of a business plan, many third party clients are still trying to figure out a way to generate revenue from the service.
While giants like Dell are able to generate $1 million by linking to their products, others are attempting to lure “tweeple” by advertising products on ones account to the point of spamming your followers to death.
TwitPub has a different model where instead of sending out random links that your friends could care less about, they are encouraging users to provide a subscription service similar to the Wall Street Journal. read more