You might not know this, but social networking sites aren't just for teenagers
anymore. In fact, social networking sites have evolved into something different
altogether than what they once were – networks composed mainly of teenage girls.
Today, social networking sites span the spectrum of demographic groups. While
teenagers are still more apt to use them than older people, there are now niche
social networking sites, which target people who all share some common interest,
such as a skateboarding or investing.



Now, in addition to teenagers and adults, social networks are increasingly becoming
used by another group – businesses. That's right: many businesses are now
infiltrating social networks to advertise in some subtle manner – and then replicate
their message through systems that are already available within the social network.
The most prominent social network is http://www.MySpace.com.
If the affiliate product you are selling has a broad appeal, you may want to use
MySpace to market your product, as you will be able to reach the largest crowd
quickly.

Now, there are a number of different ways in which you can market your affiliate
product through MySpace. One way is to setup a profile, purchase what is called an
“adder robot,” and then begin adding friends to your list on a daily basis. The robot
can add as many as 300 per day without any problems. I recommend
http://www.badderadder.com/ for this purpose.
Depending on your goals, you may want to add a personal profile for yourself and
then talk about your business/product on your page; or you may want to simply
create a profile for your business and use that to market your product.
While you can send out bulletins advertising your product through MySpace, this is
generally discouraged by the MySpace staff and could lead to you getting banned. It
is probably a good idea to avoid this; instead, post related bulletins that don't
advertise your product, but talk about something similar.
This will drive interested visitors to your page, where they can learn more about the
affiliate product you are selling. Note, however, that you will have to link to a nonaffiliate
page, as affiliate links are not allowed on MySpace.
Once you have gained some experience marketing to the MySpace crowd, you will
want to consider looking at other social networking sites.
One other large site is Friendster, which you can find at the following URL:
http://www.friendster.com.
http://www.facebook.com/ is another large social networking site, which caters
specifically to college and high school students. You will also want to look for niche
networking sites, which will afford you an opportunity to capture a more targeted
audience.
Whichever sites you decide to use, keep the following in mind: your goal should be
to develop a network of people who share a common interest and could potentially
be interested in your specific product.
For this reason, it is always a good idea to think long term (i.e. don't do things that
are going to get you banned); instead, concentrate on building your network and
introducing them to your affiliate product.

You might not know this, but social networking sites aren't just for teenagers
anymore. In fact, social networking sites have evolved into something different
altogether than what they once were – networks composed mainly of teenage girls.
Today, social networking sites span the spectrum of demographic groups. While
teenagers are still more apt to use them than older people, there are now niche
social networking sites, which target people who all share some common interest,
such as a skateboarding or investing.
Now, in addition to teenagers and adults, social networks are increasingly becoming
used by another group – businesses. That's right: many businesses are now
infiltrating social networks to advertise in some subtle manner – and then replicate
their message through systems that are already available within the social network.
The most prominent social network is http://www.MySpace.com.
If the affiliate product you are selling has a broad appeal, you may want to use
MySpace to market your product, as you will be able to reach the largest crowd
quickly.
Now, there are a number of different ways in which you can market your affiliate
product through MySpace. One way is to setup a profile, purchase what is called an
“adder robot,” and then begin adding friends to your list on a daily basis. The robot
can add as many as 300 per day without any problems. I recommend
http://www.badderadder.com/ for this purpose.
Depending on your goals, you may want to add a personal profile for yourself and
then talk about your business/product on your page; or you may want to simply
create a profile for your business and use that to market your product.
While you can send out bulletins advertising your product through MySpace, this is
generally discouraged by the MySpace staff and could lead to you getting banned. It
is probably a good idea to avoid this; instead, post related bulletins that don't
advertise your product, but talk about something similar.
This will drive interested visitors to your page, where they can learn more about the
affiliate product you are selling. Note, however, that you will have to link to a nonaffiliate
page, as affiliate links are not allowed on MySpace.
Once you have gained some experience marketing to the MySpace crowd, you will
want to consider looking at other social networking sites.
One other large site is Friendster, which you can find at the following URL:
http://www.friendster.com.
http://www.facebook.com/ is another large social networking site, which caters
specifically to college and high school students. You will also want to look for niche
networking sites, which will afford you an opportunity to capture a more targeted
audience.
Whichever sites you decide to use, keep the following in mind: your goal should be
to develop a network of people who share a common interest and could potentially
be interested in your specific product.
For this reason, it is always a good idea to think long term (i.e. don't do things that
are going to get you banned); instead, concentrate on building your network and
introducing them to your affiliate product.

Now, in addition to teenagers and adults, social networks are increasingly becoming
used by another group – businesses. That's right: many businesses are now
infiltrating social networks to advertise in some subtle manner – and then replicate
their message through systems that are already available within the social network.
The most prominent social network is http://www.MySpace.com.
If the affiliate product you are selling has a broad appeal, you may want to use
MySpace to market your product, as you will be able to reach the largest crowd
quickly.
Now, there are a number of different ways in which you can market your affiliate
product through MySpace. One way is to setup a profile, purchase what is called an
“adder robot,” and then begin adding friends to your list on a daily basis. The robot
can add as many as 300 per day without any problems. I recommend
http://www.badderadder.com/ for this purpose.
Depending on your goals, you may want to add a personal profile for yourself and
then talk about your business/product on your page; or you may want to simply
create a profile for your business and use that to market your product.
While you can send out bulletins advertising your product through MySpace, this is
generally discouraged by the MySpace staff and could lead to you getting banned. It
is probably a good idea to avoid this; instead, post related bulletins that don't
advertise your product, but talk about something similar.
This will drive interested visitors to your page, where they can learn more about the
affiliate product you are selling. Note, however, that you will have to link to a nonaffiliate
page, as affiliate links are not allowed on MySpace.
Once you have gained some experience marketing to the MySpace crowd, you will
want to consider looking at other social networking sites.
One other large site is Friendster, which you can find at the following URL:
http://www.friendster.com.
http://www.facebook.com/ is another large social networking site, which caters
specifically to college and high school students. You will also want to look for niche
networking sites, which will afford you an opportunity to capture a more targeted
audience.
Whichever sites you decide to use, keep the following in mind: your goal should be
to develop a network of people who share a common interest and could potentially
be interested in your specific product.
For this reason, it is always a good idea to think long term (i.e. don't do things that
are going to get you banned); instead, concentrate on building your network and
introducing them to your affiliate product.

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