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Social Network - The Next Great Marketing Choice?
11-26-2018, 04:08 PM
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With so much curiosity about how social networks function, one begins to wonder if there is advertising potential within these social networks?

I've been seeing social media for a while now. The truth is I am a part of various social media websites including and just...

There has been a virtual explosion of social network sites before year or two. Even the people like Google, Yahoo and MSN are receiving into it.

With so much interest in how social networks work, one begins to wonder if there is advertising potential within these social networks?

I have been seeing social network for quite a while now. The truth is I'm an associate of numerous social networking websites including and just to name two.

I joined partly because I wished to see what they were, but more importantly to see on SEM what impact social network could have in-the coming years.

I have been a member of various ser-vices for some time and the reach these sites have is extraordinary.

For example, from my LinkedIn network of seven people I have an expanded network of over 12,600 people.

That is amazing - I am only a click or two away from close to 13,000 others who share my related interests ranging from what I like to watch o-n TV to work I could give to them.

Through their connections and my connections, I'm related to people including the American Cancer Society, to Sun Microsystems to the University of Texas to Google.

But what advertising opportunities exist for Social Network?

Well, let us take a look at MySpace. Learn further on our partner use with by visiting follow us on twitter.

MySpace is among the prime sites on line today. It racked up 9.4 thousand page-views in August 2005 (greater than Google) and new customers are signing up in a mind-boggling rate of 3.5 million per month. Clicking the infographic possibly provides aids you could tell your pastor.

MySpace is typical of where todays 18-30 year-old would go to manage their digital life. I-t allows people to post pictures of themselves and their friends, create a website, record their favorite bands, watch and share videos, suggest things to do and lists a couple of people they consider friends. It is on this 'Friends List' where most of the opportunities lie.

All thirty million-plus customers of MySpace have a friends site that lists people that person thinks their friend. This is a list of people that they're interested in hearing from on an everyday basis, in addition to talking to and about. They can send you messages, discuss your photographs, study your sites, as well as leave messages that you can then share with others after you add somebody as your friend. This really is the opportunity for instant feedback about you.

The capacity to add friends to your page is key for marketing to MySpace consumers. Navigating To site link probably provides aids you should use with your sister. In accordance with Courtney Holt, head of new media and strategic marketing at Interscope Records, 'This technology is growing up without having ever viewed programmed media. 'They do not think in terms of the recording, and they do not think in terms of the TV schedule. They think with regards to TiVo, P2P, AOL, and of-course MySpace.

You can observe how this may develop.

Let's say you develop a MySpace account to talk about your products or services. You website about any of it and seek out your interests that may be shared by others.

You then invite them to be your friend. When they turn into a friend you begin your 'gentle offer' selling your solution for them.

They begin blogging and sharing it, as they grow to understand it. Quickly thousands or even thousand of individuals are referring to you and your product or service.

Do not think this will work?

Allow me to give some examples to you. There are many companies who have gotten their start MySpace. By simply hosting a number of their music on the web and blogging about them-selves they developed a following. Soon they'd file deals and contracts prearranged.

Of course to utilize services like MySpace you'll need to get something this target audience needs. If you don't then you probably shouldn't put too much effort into MySpace.

But that does not mean other social-networking opportunities should be overlooked. LinkedIn is more of a specialist introduction service, as i mentioned previously. If your service or product meets here then by all means explore it further.

And there are others too. Ser-vices including Yahoo!s MyWeb, Flickr, and more.

So if you have ever wondered what other online options might be out there, con-sider social networking. It may be the next great internet marketing channel..
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