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Average: 1.4 (3 votes)
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Magpie is an ad network for Twitter. Advertisers sign up and create campaigns which consist of magpie-tweets (i.e. ads). Twitterers allow Magpie to post magpie tweets among their tweets and for them to get paid for it.

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Reviewed on October 8, 2009
2

I have tested the Magpie service and it does what it says and gives you back information on click-thrus from the people who have posted your ad.
I think it could do more to give an idea what is going on with your campaign while it is running.
The click-thru rate was pretty good but I haven't gone back to fund another campaign as I think I can get the same results myself.
It's worth a try if you're interested in twitter advertising but I'm pretty sure I won't be using it again.

Reviewed on September 23, 2009
1

I completely avoided this the minute it hit the scene. I would much rather Twitter have advertising on their page, or users be allowed to place ads on their home page... but within tweetstreams? No way.

Reviewed on September 22, 2009
1

Freaky concept. Unknown advertisers using my voice to sell their product at times of their choosing. No way would I sign up for this.