Revolutionary Social Media Marketplace Pays Users to Post on Social Networks

That's the concept behind ServeSpring, where advertisers are testing the waters on a social platform that shares revenue with influencersThat's the concept behind ServeSpring, where advertisers are testing the waters on a social platform that shares revenue with influencers

As social networks profit from user-generated content, the one person that doesn't, is the user. The reason being is that all the money generated from targeted ads (which appear based upon a user's post or tweet) goes directly to the social networks. Now, what if you got paid to post on your social media accounts?

ServeSpring, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of a new social media platform where advertisers pay users for each post or tweet they share. The startup, located in Melville, NY, has a revenue-sharing deal with its advertisers and has quickly become a virtual gathering place for some of the largest influencers in the social media world.

"The influencers on our platform are able to pick and choose content, from amongst various advertiser campaigns, that they wish to share with their social audience," said Tony Kanakaris, VP of Business Development at ServeSpring. "The influencers are paid on a CPC basis pertaining to the advertiser's campaign goals and needs and the best part is ServeSpring's embedded payment platform SelfPay, that allows influencers to pay themselves whenever they wish."

ServeSpring, which is 100% self-funded, aims to be the first combined social media marketplace and payment platform that directly connects advertisers to engaged online audiences. ServeSpring is free to join and there are no contracts or obligations involved. For more information on ServeSpring, visit www.servespring.com.

About ServeSpring

ServeSpring, Inc is the first social media marketplace with an embedded payment platform that connects brands and advertisers to large online audiences. Built on proprietary technology developed over the past two years, ServeSpring was created with the idea of adding real value to the advertising industry.

 

Source: PRNewswire Dec. 2, 2015