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Facebook: You wanna make a quick buck?

The social network sends out a survey to measure people's interest in profiting from their posts or promoting causes on the social network.

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Facebook is considering ways to let individual users make money from their posts, according to a survey the company sent to some users this week.

The social network's survey asked people if they would be interested in various options for making money or promoting a cause using their "personal presence" on the site, The Verge reported Tuesday. Options include a digital tip jar, branded content, a sponsor marketplace, revenue sharing, a call-to-action button or a donate option for charities.

Facebook didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.