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Myspace.Com for marketing

Discussion in 'Social Networks' started by Buymesome, Oct 11, 2006.

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    Would it be good for a website's if it gets a lot of hits from myspace marketing?
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    Buymesome, Oct 11, 2006 IP
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  2. nks

    nks Well-Known Member

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    Sure, provided those hits are from visitors and not bots.
     
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  3. latiff

    latiff Peon

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    Of course, it depends upon the quality of that traffic.

    If all the friends you have in your MySpace network are your colleagues, school mates, relatives, hang-out buddies, etc, it wouldn't be too useful to market your online business on MySpace, unless, of course, your website appeals to a very general audience type of market.

    I've seen some people use MySpace as a marketing platform in a very un-intuitive way; i.e. borders on irritation. I added a fierce marketer to my MySpace friends list and I keep getting new bulletins from him with titles in capital letters, almost every day.
     
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    You should have a visited MySpace account
     
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    like latiff said, it depends on the quality of the traffic.
     
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  6. Buymesome

    Buymesome Peon

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    Yup it is general abargain web site and and im planning to develop my myspace profile and not even bother people . . . . i would rather have them make requests through my myspace accound
     
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    Myspace does not permit advertising in bulletins, etc. I'm not sure how you plan on advertising on myspace.
     
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    Are the new spam regulations on myspace stricter on newer accounts than older accounts? Or are the spam regulations consistent across all users? I found trying to add more than 100 friends on new accounts is leading to bans.
     
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    i am just going to manually add my targeted audience meaning i will be a good friend of theirs in a way :) it is not gonna be the spam way by having a friend adder that just bumps 300 friends a day or something like that, it is going to be a good sure slow pace and i think when you add people that you think would be interested in your site word of mouth follows. . . but everyone has different opinion that is the way i want to do it so i want to know if some people would agree with it
     
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