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SURVEY:how do you use your traffic from myspace?

Discussion in 'Myspace' started by bkvxuh, May 22, 2009.

  1. bkvxuh

    bkvxuh Registered Member

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    Now i have 6 myspace account, adding about 600 friends each day, with these traffic i used for ebay epn and amazon, and i hope they can bring me big money.

    so here is my question, how do you use you traffic from myspace?
     
  2. TermsB

    TermsB Senior Member

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    I use my traffic for gaining referral leads to paid survey sites.
     
  3. madinaz

    madinaz BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I mainly use mine for CPA offers and EPN.
     
  4. bkvxuh

    bkvxuh Registered Member

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    wow, that's cool, can it earn you a lot bro? can i do this biz also?:)
     
  5. bkvxuh

    bkvxuh Registered Member

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    yeah, great. i use it for epn too and some other cpa offers like adult...

    but do you use it for Amazon..it found to use it for amazon very disappointing:(
     
  6. Freedoom

    Freedoom Junior Member

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    do what they say above, use your traffic to gain referral leads...
     
  7. bkvxuh

    bkvxuh Registered Member

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    seems they said their biz in a very simple way. :)
     
  8. diabolo

    diabolo Newbie

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    bad thing about linking on myspace is a) if it's embedded in a message it often goes to junk mail b) when the other side hits the link, myspace sends a frightening alert about spam issues which hinders a lot of newbies to forget about clicking the link ....