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Untapped Social Networking Website Method

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by coreygeer, Jan 28, 2008.

  1. coreygeer

    coreygeer BANNED BANNED

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    Alright, so we all know about Myspace, Facebook, Tagged, blah blah blah ect ect.. but there is one social site I NEVER see talked about.

    myyearbook.com
    I was banned from there site for no apparent reason nor will any of the owners tell me what I did wrong instead of just saying "there was a violation found please do not register again". I just tried to log on one day and it was gone lol. (No, I wasn't marketing anything)

    This site is un-tapped and fresh, and I am going to tell you how to make money off of it.

    If you have no shame, sign up for an adult affiliate site, or use a CPA site either one works.

    Step #1: Sign up for an affiliate site or use an existing affiliate. Paid Per Email or Paid Per Lead will work best for this.
    Step #2: Find pictures of sexy/bikini chicks... believe me a lot of girls post pictures of them self like this on this site so it's not un-realistic.
    Step #3: Fill out your profile, and do all the steps it tells you to do to make your profile seem legit.
    Step #4: Upload your pictures and on your picture captions put the website you're referring to. So Upload a picture and then put the caption to http://www.blahblahblah.com.
    Step #5: Go to "MyMag" once you've done everything else and go to the "Sex" Forum. Start a subject that will gain some attention and that will keep the forum above everyone else's and fresh. For Ex: I used "I'm addicted to sex" and my forum was #1 for a long long time on a fake account I made after they banned me. You may have to reply a few times to get the post going but once some people do start having a conversation in your forum post it will keep it on top.
    (On each Forum it shows the top post as the one that got the last post, so that's why we need to get something that will gain attention)

    There are many forums to choose from, you can for instance go into the Emo forum claiming that all Emo people shouldn't be allowed to be in public or something to get some attention.

    If you've chosen the right pictures, the pervs will come pouring in to view your pictures and most of them WILL check out your website, you'd be amazed how many people will copy a link off of some half naked girl's picture.. it truly is amazing.. old lonely men are like sheep.

    Once you've got some good Forum posts going and you're getting a lot of attention, click on the link at the top that says "match" and view men that are 18+ from anywhere and continually click yes on all of them. (This is an optional method of driving traffic to the pictures), personally the Forum posting works just fine for me but if you have nothing better to do, go for it.


    So, let's review. Find some half naked chicks pictures, go to myyearbook.com, make a profile, fill out info and all that crap, complete profile, make interesting mymag forum posts, make sure you keep your forum post #1 so it gets a lot of attention, (optional) use the match system to drive traffic) to your pictures with the captions as your website, and wait.

    If you've done this with a CPA or PPE program, it should do quite nicely without too much time spent.
     
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  2. gergdawg

    gergdawg Registered Member

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    Thanks for this. I'm going to try it for one of my sites and post back how it works. Thanks BRO!
     
  3. afpromo

    afpromo Newbie

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    Sounds interesting, I will try this out, thanks for sharing!
     
  4. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    thanks for this one. this is a classic method that can make you cash fast when you need it. but i never have tried it on myyearbook.com. i will test it out and let you know how it goes.
     
  5. viper

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    hmmm...funny thing. i didnt signed up for the site and received several emails past few days abt activating the acct and frens message. i dunno wats my login even...

    not that u have shared, (+ by the way), will look into this...appreciate it.
     
  6. theprovider777

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    hehe! I've been using MyYearbook for a while. My 14 year old cousin was browsing it one day and the first thought in my mind was "Wow, I could market here!" :p

    I was attempting to write a script for it, but I'm having trouble tackling it since all their links are controlled by a session ID (ex, ?mysession=h9H98H9Hh89sdhjhsdfbiueb)

    But yeah, doing this manually can be quite profitable :D

    PS. Signing up with a Gmail account (or possibly yahoo and AOL..not sure) will keep you from having to activate the account!
     
  7. MontyzPython

    MontyzPython BANNED BANNED

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    I must be missing a step. Are you linking directly to the CPA offer or to a website that you have previously set up with CPA's all over it?

    What type of CPA's are we using? In other words, what would motivate them to complete a CPA just because they clicked on your picture?

    Thanks.
     
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  9. Paradigm

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    MyYearBook's actually picking up some space in the Social Networking area - so it's a good idea to capitalize on it.
     
  10. justmeron

    justmeron Power Member

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    Think I may try this with an affiliate link. Prob. wouldn't need to build a page. Let you know it it works. +Rep
     
  11. BuzzKill

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    Do you think the reason you got banned is because of something like this ? . You guys need to realize that masquerading as a chick is nothing new to affiliate programs. They look at many things when joins come in

    1. The referring URL, if its nothing as in type in, thats suspect
    2. Re-visits. If someone signs up and never comes back its a major fraud flag
    3. exit pages. If they dont continue through the site thats a flag
    3. Cancellation. If you have a 80% cancellation rate you are doing something to convinve people to signup for a trial and they are not finding what they want
    4. chargebacks

    The list goes on and on. I think if you are looking to make a couple hundred dollars a month, you can fly below the radar but youre going to lose the account eventually. We also started sharing webmaster names, so if you get black listed, its a pain. The adult community is small.. there are only 10 or so large companies and trust me they all know each other, most are started by ex partners and employees..Most are in LA and Fla.

    The thing you have going for you, is no matter how much traffic you send, youre small time, they have people making millions, but what you need to know is that there are only 3 or 4 billing companies that work with adult sites, and they are the ones who watch transactions like hawks.

    Also, its a misconception to think that porn surfers are a bunch of stupid old men with credit cards, especially with adult dating sites. The clientèle are savvy younger people, not shut ins and they know when its bullshit.

    If you plan to scam adult surfers which is actually scamming adult sites, you need to have a game plan. Remember those are customers and although we do look at them as easily manipulated, its important to keep them happy. Bait and switch leads to chargebacks.

    Contact a rep at the affiliate program, stay in touch with them, buy some bullshit exit traffic for a few bucks, and when they come to you and ask you what the deal is with your traffic, either have a good plan or lose your money.

    THis is not speculation.
     
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  12. justmeron

    justmeron Power Member

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    So I take it that BuzzKill doesn't think this is a good method. Sounds like if yearbook don't ban you the adult or dateing affiliate network would. Some adult sites offer a cpa option or pay per sign up rate at a higher rate than the ongoing recurring partner or affiliate rate. From what it sounds like the better way to go would be an adult cpa program, but would that generate enough traffic to make it worth while. Also after a time of low or no sign ups the cpa company would get suspicious and cancell your account. Also I think after a while the members of yearbook would probably report you to yearbook or to the adult cpa company.
    I don't know I think after thinking it over and reading the post from BuzzKill I may wait on further feedback before I try it. Anyone who trys it please post some feedback here.
     
  13. BuzzKill

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    its not the social sites you need to be worried about, you can sign up for a million of those under many names. What you need to be aware of is whoeever is processing the adult signups. Most are done through IBILL and ccbill.. they handle the pay outs, so what I am saying is that they really rule the adult sites at the end of the day. You know what I mean?

    Now if you have 100 names and 100 addresses then you dont have to worry about it but you know what I mean now right? Visa and Mastercard only allow so many high risk merchant accounts so the processing of credit cards is handled by a handful of companies.

    If you want to know how to flat out game the billing companies I can tell you how to do that, and make a few thousand a month but thats not something I will post publicly. Its actually so tried and true that I could sell it, but its fraud and I dont know if I want my name on that.
     
  14. justmeron

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    Seems like what you are saying is after they see an affiliate getting paid with few sign ups and a lot of traffic and/or a lot of chargebacks then they will flag your account and report you to the mother comapany as spamming. Most affiliate sites have an anti-spamming clause. So no matter what social network you post a profile on the billing company would flag your account. So if you made a site or some info pages to filter out the tire kickers would this increase your odds of success?
     
  15. coreygeer

    coreygeer BANNED BANNED

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    I just put a link to a re-direct website on there.

    It seems Myyearbook converts well though for the "x x x" niche.
    I have no shame either so it's not like there's shame at stake. I keep in close touch with my affiliate manager at the Paid Per Email company i'm with, and I've had some methods where the traffic and conversion rate are beyond terrible.. I'm talking 1/150 here... I was brand new and I tried some 4 hour/daily Google Group spamming.. that was a no no.

    My affiliate manager said, they don't care what kind of traffic it is or how i got it as long as I bring it. Then again, I have done things way worse to bring in traffic than to sign up as a girl on a social networking website.

    Hell, even SexSearch makes their money by having women that work for them with regular profiles message you and pretend their interested in you.

    It probably won't be a method that sticks around a long time but eh, just an idea. I don't share ideas too often so I thought i'd throw something out there.
     
  16. justmeron

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    Seems as long as no one complains they would be happy to make money as well.
     
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    Thanks for all the ideas guys, these are the types of threads that makes this place great.

    Much appreciated.
     
  18. AmazinAzn

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    Hmmm, would sending them to a redirect link that sends them to a redirect link work for something like this? If so, about how much traffic should I expect?
     
  19. Sly

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    made an account on myyearbook yesterday, was working great already, now it says my username doesnt exist, and when i try to sign up a new account it gives me this message "Sorry, based on the information you provided, you are not eligible to register for myYearbook.com at this time." didnt get an email or anything saying my account was deleted or anything either. this happening to anyone else either?
     
  20. xbox360gurl70s

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    good. will try to investigate and do some stuff with myyearbook.com lol

    do I need a college email or something?