Sponsored Tweets Releases Firefox Extension

In its continuing drive to get new advertisers, Sponsored Tweets has released a Firefox extension that allow you to quickly identify and hire Tweeter that are in the Sponsored Tweets system. The extension is an entry into the $7,500 Holiday API Challenge. The Firefox entry was submitted by @Dascgo, who can’t win the challenge because he’s a Sponsored Tweets employee. Still, he thought it would be fun to participate. You can download the extension here.

I’m sure there’ll be more cool uses for the Sponsored Twets API as more programmers enter the challenge. If they’re anything as creative as this Firefox extension, Sponsored Tweets is going to have no problem maintaining their number 1 spot at the top of the paid tweet train. As a Twitter user, this means more money for you as the API brings in more advertisers.

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26 thoughts on “Sponsored Tweets Releases Firefox Extension”

  1. George says:

    That’s great that Firefox is has made it possible to create so much positive competition and open source collaboration.

    It’s interesting to see how companies can leverage these new technologies and communication channels into profits. And, what better way to stimulate activity than a cash prize?

  2. Kevin Pasco says:

    I like ST because they’re actually making an effort to go somewhere with their business.

    1. Every serious businessman would love to reach at the top position in their business.

      But its nice to see their good marketing strategy.

  3. Wess Stewart says:

    I like this. I doubt I’ll be hiring anybody, but it would give me a good idea of what kind of money you can make based on the amount of followers a person has.

    Johh, ever think of tracking this metric? Could be useful…

  4. Tuan Anh says:

    The Firefox is awesome. John, I saw you using both Mac OS and Windows ? How you could syncs the files on it ?

  5. Jack says:

    Love FireFox and there open source plug-ins! They’re the WordPress of internet browsers!

    1. Well said Jack … they are wordpress of intenet browsers.

      They are not even getting serious negative impact after the launch of Chrome.

  6. It may make a boost of sponsored review. Yeah — because it is easy, right?

  7. Nice to see that they are going ahead with covering more and more field.

    You and Jeremy are best way to broadcast any news … instant effect.

  8. fas says:

    This will almost certainly slow down firefox.

    1. Wess Stewart says:

      Well, I installed it. Not really seeing a slowdown. I’m liking it so far.

  9. EarningStep says:

    new feature from sponsored tweet , it’s also nice news for us. thanks for telling me this

  10. Nice new feature of the sponsored tweets. Thanks for the heads up John.

  11. S Ahsan says:

    Thats a good fine. Thanks for the share.

  12. i love firefox it’s nice to have so many extensions available that other browsers are too scared to add

  13. Tony Tran says:

    Thank you for alert me new extension for firefox. It might useful and help me. I always use Firefox for surf web at all. No using IE one time.

  14. is very true john , for a lot of firefox extentions and I also like this browser, thanks for this info john

  15. Great plugin. I would like to see something like this for Google Chrome. I use both, though.

  16. gagaukon says:

    Good thing to know that ST go this far to reach its users. Good move tho because most of us uses Firefox. the coolest browsers as i sees it.
    btw, i made a few dollars with ST already. 🙂

    1. So which other add ons you are using. I think giving extra pressure on your firefox is not a wise thing.

  17. Interesting deals, I think that sponsored tweets will be a good long-term decision.

  18. great info for us. i enjoyed the read keep up the good work!

  19. Wess Stewart says:

    I’ve just noticed that the price shown for purchasing a tweet is 2x the amount that the tweeter sets in their profile. Hmm…

  20. aatif says:

    why i am not able to download the firefox extension .

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