Discussion in 'Myspace' started by pappasaa, Mar 28, 2009.
anyone? I have tons of accounts with tons of friends...how can I make money off them?
Charge them to be your friend. I do it in real life....I make millions.
Ok but seriously. You could do a ton of things. Become an expert on something....send them to a landing page....get them into your blog with adsense ads.....sell them something.....get all of their emails and flood them. PM me if you want I have lots of other suggestions.
You can sell the account, or you could spam them with cpa offers.
do you think xrumer and myspace can be good together?
PM me and I'll teach you a way to make some quick and easy cash from myspace pappasaa
does that even work anymore?
stuffing myspace isn't worth it. The traffic is waaaaaaaaay too untargeted and it's just messy. There are better places to stuff.
You can always sell the account to me. Then again you're banned, so I don't know if that would be a good idea...
u can simply spam some cpa offer
preferably email submits
if u want to knw any email submit than pm me
ur blog link plz
good ideas thanks revenge
Well, revenger, I've found a way to verify the accounts, but I haven't found a way to get around myspace's new measures to detect bots.
there is lots of good ideas for myspace, but without a bot working with the account, its kind of useless.
I has been years since I played with myspace. Back then I made around $50K / month. Unfortunately, I realized too late I wasn't gaming it enough. Could have made lots more.
If I was going to game it again, this is what I would do.
1. Create 1 account through a proxy and using yahoo or gmail for email.
2. Add pics, fill in profile info. Make it look real.
3. Leave it for about a week. Let it age.
4. Choose a CPA product that could be SPECIFICALLY targeted to either a precise demographic or geographic group.
5. Manually add friends who satisfy this specific group. The key here is a specific product for a specific group. Years ago it was a fairly generic product and just mass add, CS, and bulletin like a crazy mofo.
6. Add a random amount of friends each day.
7. Bulletin your offer.
If that worked out you'd calculate your ROI based on outsourcing the work. Then you find some workers, spend an hour explaining to them what to do, and just let them get on with it.
What were you doing before that was so broad? just blindly adding friends and going after them? or were you targeting back then?
If you made an account as a 25 y/o female that seemed real, couldn't you potentially make a fortune off of 40-65y/o men on adult aff programs? Isn't that what they are doing on craigslist?
I haven't done any of this, but it seems to make sense in my head. Opinions?
It was the time period not his method. Back then we easily made 5-10k a day posting erotic ads on CL too.
um... the oldest and best myspace bot still works lol....
always has and always will xD
Whoever did the cracking of it did a fuken fantastic job...
But ill let you spend a few minutes (all it took me....) to find it.
Thanks for nothing. Rather then just naming it your playing games.
And does it work with PVA myspace accounts? I doubt it
Revenge101, Are you using friendblasterpro?
Myspace limits how many you can send per profile to 400 or 500 with personal profiles, so I think maybe you're talking about using multiple accounts.
I know Myspace does have a new feature now where they ghost your messages from experience, but usually before doing that they pop up a 'this account has been blocked for spam activity' warning, and you fill in the captcha. I found filling in the captcha is pointless because none of the messages seem to get through.
I actually tested this and sent a message to one of my other profiles and indeed myspace was ghosting it.
MY current understanding of the situation with the bots is that a fix is being worked on but is not out yet...
my friendblaster pro still works... i think
ugh... The question isnt whether it works guys. We know it works. The question is whether its working with a PVA myspace account, which I can say from my own experience, no its not.
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