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This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.


Did technology already conquer the world? Are you high-tech in more ways than one? Can you still live without technology? Is your day complete without facebooking or twitting? Do you use technology to make money or earn extra income? Can you live without internet and mobile phone?

I had to admit there are lots of advantages that we can get from technology. It’s one of the best things that ever happened to me [sort of]. LOL. Well, I had to admit too that I use it to monetize. Since I learned how to blog and make descent income out of blogging through some social media network like Izea, the internet is the best monetizing niche that can help a lot of people make both ends meet especially in this tough economic situation.

And now, you can make extra income through your mobile phone. Yup, this is another great possibility through This is a kind of social media network using mobile incentive platform where consumers are being paid in cash for doing certain things and earn rewards for patronizing products and services from some local businesses. This is a new monetizing system meant for mobile phones where consumers can Download the App that will allow them to use the platform.

Here is some important information about WeReward:

WeReward is a new mobile application from IZEA, the company behind SocialSpark and Sponsored Tweets.
WeReward pays you for check ins and tasks you complete in the real world. It integrates with Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare, so you can still get your badges and share the way you always have.

If you have an iPhone you can download the app and give it a try or watch this video for the overview of WeReward.

So what are you waiting for? Take advantage of your mobile phone and start monetizing and start rewarding yourself.

Visit my sponsor: WeReward for iPhone


betchai said…
i do not use twitter Ruthi and definitely can survive without Facebook, for me, facebook is more of a distraction really. But I do not know how to live without technology now, somehow, I abhor it, but I have to continue updating myself on it since information technology has evolved so much now that we have to teach our students and prepare them how to succed and make use of today's mode of communication, and as a teacher, it is a lot of work these days than before, since i not only have to study and prepare for my lessons, I also have to update myself with technology. I have a class site on line which I am thankful for blogging since it helped me be comfortable and used to making my class site, all my lesson plans are in computer now, and my board is even a giant monitor that I can save all our work and lesson and upload it for students to use as extra resourse and help. that's why when i get home, i am so tired facing the computer already, for everything at work/school now is done through computer.

i am not a tech savvy person in terms of cell phone use, but it is great to know we can earn from cell phone too :)

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