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I have a 126K Myspace Account - What Would You Do With It?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by TechBlogger, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. TechBlogger

    TechBlogger Newbie

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    I have an account with 125k friends.

    It's not flagged or anything so I can send bulletins, messages, comments etc.

    So my question to you pros is if this were this your account what would you do to make some quick cash? :D
     
  2. heranesti

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    How did you create a massive 125K friends account without being flagged? Pls share the steps you taken to create this account while other experts shares their idea on how to monetize your account.
     
  3. TechBlogger

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    Ah, well, no tricks there really, I just contact kids on myspace with huge accounts and offer them a hundred bucks or so for their account.

    Most teens still think $100 to $150 is a lot of money :D
     
  4. TechBlogger

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    so it's worthless then? :(
     
  5. Whisker

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    damn that is rad. Get a few myspace bots that could make you some serious bones with that number of friends, keyword specific searching thru the friends messages and auto posting.
     
  6. shylesson

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    Sell bulletins or use the bulletins for your own gain; if it's a kid's account, maybe he has 'kid' friends that are just as gullible.

    eta: would be a nice boost in traffic too....
     
  7. heranesti

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    I would suggest to direct the traffic to your site to monetize them.
     
  8. Jemopop

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    hey, dude, do you think you could post a bulletin about my myspace?

    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=25166965
     
  9. coreone

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    I'll bet there is a good bit of adults with credit cards in that list of 125K. I use my accounts to get people to opt-in to various free things (most of the stuff that I found free on the internet). Then just keep them warm in your autoresponder for something that you will sell later. Give away free stuff and you will get opt-ins. It's challenging marketing on Myspace (compared to marketing via permission-based emails).

    Your goal should be to get them (if you want long-term, white-hat money) to give you a real email address and maybe a first name. Keep marketing to the others on Myspace until they bite. You ned to know what type of account (friends) you have.

    Those 125K friends weren't done by some kid asking all of their friends to sign a guest book! ;)

    They were (more likely than not) using whore trains, friend adding software, etc.

    I got thousands of friends in days by using these tactics.
     
  10. TechBlogger

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    lol no can do

    Thanks coreone for the advice.

    I've been tracking my brain for 2 days trying to think of a good way to market aff offers on the account. I get a really good response when I promote new content on my website.

    The damn myspace "warning" page they put up now is really hurting everyone advertising on there :(
     
  11. coreone

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    what warning? The one where they warn if you are leaving the myspace site?
     
  12. TechBlogger

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    Yes that warning.

    It's hard to get anyone to trust anything when myspace puts up a big ass warning before they click through to your site. Hell it's hard to even get them to click through!
     
  13. yuppy

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    Damn yo, post a link to my new website in a bulletin!!

    heh thats all i can think of to do.
     
  14. buck

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    The spaces in some of the links don't help either...
     
  15. Black&Red

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    wtf?!?!?
    what is wrong with myspace?
    it's latin language or whatever now,.. even myspace.com :mad:
     
  16. AngelWom

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    Use: http://us.myspace.com
     
  17. Black&Red

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    For how much I could sell profile with 10 000 members? (if I could) :D
    Could I get $20?
     
  18. kushmoney

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    I personally would use it for a bulletin services. With that amount of friends you could run a bulletin services $5 - $10 per bulletin depends on who's buying.

    I have seen myspace account's with 150k+ friends sell for up to $2000

    When you do the numbers it balls down to $0.01 - $0.015 per friend. So sure I'd buy it for $20.
     
  19. air360

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    myspace sucks now. i used to do stuff on there and made an absolute killing...now its hard to even have a true legit page....lol.
     
  20. eww-wats-dat

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    Maybe its a dumb idea but I have seen alot of crap been sold on Ebay.. Some 'geniuses' buy everything if You present it right. Its just a little idea, it may not work.. But still.. :p