The 29-year-old reality TV star has inked a deal with the "in-stream advertising" company Ad.ly to endorse the fast food chain''s salads, reports the New York Post. Ad.ly co-founder Derek Rey told PRNewser, Carl''s Jr. isn''t an Ad.ly campaign client and Kardashian has merely signed on the dotted line to endorse the fast food chain''s salads, for which she has commanded 10,000 dollars per tweet.
Rey says Karsashian and the other celebs on his roster are limited to one paid tweet per day to avoid turning her audience off with obvious product placements. "We're not a polluter," Rey said, adding that if she''s tweeting-for-cash, she has to disclose it.
New York (ANI): Kim Kardashian is cashing on her tweets, as the socialite"s being paid as much as 10,000 dollars to spread the word about products on her Twitter page. With apparently 2.7 million followers, the reality TV star seems to have become a prime candidate for endorsing the hottest new thing - even if it's a salad. Her recent Twitter post reads: "The Carl's Jr grilled chicken salads came out yesterday!! I''m on my way to Carl''s Jr for lunch now . . . have you tried them yet?"