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Mobile Marketing – Press Release : MySpace Launches Its Largest Mobile Initiative In Partnership With Cingular Wireless

décembre 19, 2006

World’s Largest Lifestyle Portal Partners With Wireless Industry Leader To Offer MySpace Mobile on Cingular

LOS ANGELES and ATLANTA, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ — MySpace.com, the world’s leading lifestyle portal, and Cingular Wireless, the nation’s largest wireless carrier, today announced an exclusive partnership to offer enhanced MySpace functionality to all Cingular customers via their mobile phones. The landmark deal marks MySpace’s largest-scale mobile partnership and gives Cingular’s customers exclusive access to MySpace Mobile’s rich tool set including the ability to edit MySpace profiles, view and add friends, post photos and blogs, send and receive MySpace messages, and much more — all from the mobile phone.

« MySpace.com has a passionate community of users, many of whom use our site as their primary means of staying in touch with family and friends, » said Chris DeWolfe, CEO, MySpace. « We are thrilled to team with Cingular to enable their mobile users to experience the richest MySpace Mobile offering to date. »

« Not only are we excited about the ability for customers to stay connected to their MySpace community while they’re on the go, we think this will open up a new world of interaction and content for them to share via MySpace, » said Marc Lefar, chief marketing officer, Cingular Wireless. « The photo upload feature of MySpace Mobile means Cingular customers will now have the ability to capture, record and share their world as it happens via their MySpace profile, creating a more enriching experience for our customers as well as their MySpace friends. »

MySpace Mobile on Cingular provides the most compelling features and functionality of the MySpace global community, translated for an easy-to-use and feature-rich experience on a mobile device.

The rich feature set for MySpace Mobile on Cingular includes:

Uploading Photos

Available on select Cingular handsets, MySpace Mobile allows Cingular customers to select photos stored on their mobile device and upload them to their MySpace profile. The same terms of service for MySpace also apply to the mobile sphere, including but not limited to inappropriate content and copyrighted material.

Responding to Mail

Cingular customers don’t have to wait until they are in front of a computer to read and reply to their MySpace messages. From their Cingular phones, they have the ability to send messages to their MySpace friends, read and reply to messages sent to them, as well as view and manage friend requests.

Searching for Friends

MySpace Mobile allows Cingular customers to perform basic friend searches giving users the opportunity to « click-to-add « friends into their network. Cingular customers must simply locate a MySpace profile they wish to add as a friend, and then select to add this user as a friend. Customers will also have the ability to look through invites that are pending approval.

Posting Comments or Blog Entries

MySpace Mobile allows Cingular customers to post new blog entries and make comments to other users’ blogs or MySpace profile pages. To post a blog or comment, Cingular customers need simply view the appropriate section and click « Post » to create the entry. Users can save their work at any time, and any information entered will update both the mobile client and the online MySpace profile page.

View Friends

Cingular customers have the ability to view the friend list of any MySpace profile. The Friend list contains a text listing of the friends, which when selected would show the profile picture along with a link to that user’s MySpace page and the ability to add the friend to your contact list for quick bookmarking.

View Groups

MySpace Mobile gives users the ability to view the group list of any MySpace profile. The Group list contains a text listing of the members, which when selected would show the profile picture along with a link to that user’s MySpace profile and the ability to add the member to your contact list for quick bookmarking.

To experience MySpace Mobile on Cingular, customers can text: MYSPACE to 386 (FUN) to get the MySpace Mobile application on their wireless phones. The cost is $2.99 per month plus standard data usage charges.

In addition to the full range of new MySpace Mobile features, Cingular customers can still receive real time MySpace Mobile Alerts on their handsets which notify them, via a text message, when they receive postings to their MySpace page, such as updates or comments posted to their blog, friend invites, mail messages, comments to pictures, new bulletins and/or online status. MySpace Mobile Alerts have been available to Cingular customers since March 2006 and, to date, more than 75 million alerts have been received on Cingular handsets.

Today’s announcement of MySpace Mobile on Cingular is part of an ongoing partnership to offer mobile users rich and meaningful mobile experiences anywhere, anytime. Earlier this year the two companies created the MySpace Mobile Music studio, a program designed to empower MySpace’s unsigned bands and artists to cut ringtones of their original music and distribute the ringtones to fans for purchase and download. Additionally, Cingular has created innovative programs that leverage the power of user generated content to reach young consumers, such as the ongoing Lip Sync Battles that are built around Cingular Sounds featured artists. For more information on these and other similar programs, visit http://www.cingularsource.com/.

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MySpace : We’ll Crush YouTube

octobre 18, 2006

News Corp. chief operating officer Peter Chernin told investors at an industry conference today that since much of YouTube’s traffic comes from MySpace, it’s time to cut out the middle man. Chernin estimated that around 60-70% of YouTube’s traffic comes from MySpace, and as a result he wants to ramp up MySpace Video, giving users less incentive to look elsewhere. But while the 60% figure might not be totally accurate, MySpace is definitely a catalyst for YouTube’s growth – they actually reported a dip in traffic when MySpace temporarily disabled YouTube embeds at the end of 2005 (they were forced to allow them again after a user revolt).

But it’s not just YouTube – Chernin expressed distaste for all the services that are feeding the MySpace beast: “If you look at virtually any Web 2.0 application, whether its YouTube, whether it’s Flickr, whether it’s Photobucket…almost all of them are really driven off the back of MySpace, there’s no reason why we can’t build a parallel business.” While I’m not convinced that Flickr gained success on the back of MySpace, Photobucket almost certainly did – ImageShack isn’t mentioned, but it also owes much of its success to America’s leading social network.

The sentiments indicate a very worrying trend: MySpace has stated its intention to clone the best tools, and Chermin believes that MySpace can equal or better the third party tools with in-house products. This is such a ridiculous strategy that it’s not even worth contemplating. MySpace’s openness to third party extensions (MySpace layouts, MySpace codes) is one of its most popular attributes – squashing that ecosystem may provide short term benefits, but it will ultimately harm them in the long term.

Chernin’s sentiments also confirm our assumptions about the recent MySpace update, a reaction to the Flash-based MySpace hack which had the side effect of breaking many MySpace add-ons. With absolutely warning for developers, it was assumed that MySpace simply didn’t care about the problem – an opinion that was confirmed today. Incidentally, Robert Yeager at Cooqy just emailed me to say he has once again found a workaround to the issue, one that will only be broken if MySpace bans external widgets altogether – for some, it’s not all that hard to imagine.

However, the statement runs counter to MySpace’s recent move to sell tracks through MySpace Music: in that instance, they chose to partner with Snocap on their MySpace music player, rather than crushing the startup. The picture is not so clear with the new MySpace slideshows widget – some of my sources claim that it was developed by the folks at Slide, while others think it was created by MySpace itself.

There are literally thousands external tools plugging in to MySpace these days – among them BubbleSnaps’ picture generator, Finetune’s music player, Trakzor’s MySpace tracker, MyChingo’s audio comments tool, Snapvine’s voice comments widget, PollPub’s MySpace polls, EQO’s MySpace message boards and many more besides. All of these widgets work on other networks, but the truth is that MySpace accounts for the majority of their users. As mentioned hundreds of times on Mashable, the top sites for widget embeds include Xanga, Piczo, hi5, Blogger and Windows Live Spaces, but all of these sites added together couldn’t equal the market provided by the MySpace beast. Even so, it seems that the web’s future will be widgetized, whether MySpace play the game or not.

MySpace: We’ll Crush YouTube – Mashable!

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Myspace Bulletin : More than Half of MySpace Visitors are Now Age 35 or Older, as the Site’s Demographic Composition Continues to Shift

octobre 17, 2006

RESTON, VA, October 5, 2006 – comScore Media Metrix, a leader in digital media measurement, today released an analysis of the users of leading social networking sites, revealing that significant age differences exist between the user bases of these sites.

Visitors to MySpace.com and Friendster.com generally skew older, with people age 25 and older comprising 68 and 71 percent of their user bases, respectively. Meanwhile, Xanga.com has a younger user profile, with 20 percent of its users in the 12-17 age range, about twice as high as that age segment’s representation within the total Internet audience. Not surprisingly, Facebook.com, which began as a social networking site for college students, also draws a younger audience. More than one-third (34 percent) of visitors to Facebook.com are 18-24 years old, approximately three times the representation of that age segment in the general Internet population.

“While the top social networking sites are typically viewed as directly competing with one another, our analysis demonstrates that each site occupies a slightly different niche,” commented Jack Flanagan, executive vice president of comScore Media Metrix. “MySpace.com has the broadest appeal across age ranges, Facebook.com has created a niche among the college crowd, Friendster.com attracts a higher percentage of adults, and Xanga.com is most popular among younger teens. There is a misconception that social networking is the exclusive domain of teenagers, but this analysis confirms that the appeal of social networking sites is far broader.”

Composition of MySpace.com Visitors Now Skews Older

An analysis of visitors to MySpace.com shows that as the site has experienced dramatic visitor growth, it has become more popular among older Internet users. The most significant shift has occurred among teens 12-17, who accounted for 24.7 percent of the MySpace audience in August 2005, but today represent a much lower 11.9 percent of the site’s total audience. Conversely, Internet users between the ages of 35-54 now account for 40.6 percent of the MySpace visitor base, an 8.2 percentage point increase during the past year.

More than Half of MySpace Visitors are Now Age 35 or Older, as the Site’s Demographic Composition Continues to Shift

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Myspace Bulletin : 222 Ads Profiles on « Ads My Friends »

octobre 16, 2006

« Ads My Friends » contains all Ads Profiles on Myspace / contient tous les profils publicitaires de myspace.com
There are now 224 friends in the « Ads My Friends » profile (222 Ads + Tom + Ads My friends Friends)

You can find many brands such as / De nombreuses marques sont présentes telles que : AMEX, Helio, MotoQ, Virgin Mobile, Cingular, Energizer, Adidas, Nike, VW, Dodge, Honda, Maybeline, H&M, Colgate, Crest, Aquafina, and Advertainment like movies trailers games and contests.

If you want to be a friends of « Ads My Friends », just make a request to « Ads My Friends Friends » just in the friends list.
Pour être lié à « Ads My Friends » il faut faire une request au profil « Ads My Friends Friends ».

You can check previous posts in … MOBILE ALLEY … about Myspace Ads Profiles and Bulletins :

Myspace Bulletin : Unilever-owned Lynx first UK advertiser to launch a ‘branded community’ on MySpace

Myspace Bulletin : The Omen 666 Mobile Marketing

Crest IQ Quiz

Myspace bulletin for Adidas Mobile Portal

Adidas dream Team on Myspace

Myspace goes Mobile with Helio and Cingular

Virgin Mobile adopte un profil unique pour ses 2 campagnes sur Myspace

Motorola Profil MotoQ sur Myspace

Make Friend with your fast

Ads My Friends collects Ads Profiles on Myspace

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Myspace Bulletin : Unilever-owned Lynx first UK advertiser to launch a ‘branded community’ on MySpace

octobre 9, 2006

Unilever-owned Lynx has become the first UK advertiser to launch a ‘branded community’ on MySpace, promoting its male grooming products to the site’s 4m UK users.
towelboy on myspace
Lynx is pushing its Boost shower gel range through the News Corp-owned social network, leading users to lynxboost.com, a promotional site reliant on user-generated content.

On MySpace users are encouraged to interact with Towel Boy, the TV star of Lynx’s latest ad campaign, who introduces himself as a ‘semi-naked superstar’. ‘This MySpace page is a master-class in the way of the Towel,’ his profile reads.

Users are then encouraged to visit the Lynx Boost website where they can submit videos of themselves partying in towels, for the chance to win a ‘Manwash’ from Lynx’s Boost Babes.

Sports company Adidas was one of the first to create branded communities on MySpace in the US but Unilever’s deal is the first MySpace has struck outside the US.

Jay Stevens, VP of sales operations at MySpace, admitted that Lynx has created a « fairly basic community », but said that there are several profiles under development that will offer brands and users more opportunities to interact through polls, contests, forums and user-generated content.

« Branded communities offer advertisers a place on MySpace which is distinctly theirs, » he said. « It also gives MySpace users the chance to interact with brands to an extent that’s just not possible in a normal web environment. »

Stevens said MySpace plans to extend localised branded communities to other countries although he said the current priority for the company is to provide each country with content in their native language.

He maintained, however, that MySpace won’t host branded communities from companies who don’t fit with the MySpace image.

« Privacy and user-experience are the most important things for MySpace, » he said.

« We’re not forcing users to affiliate with brands, it’s more of a permission branding model, » he added.

Agency Republic and Mindshare Interaction were behind Lynx’s MySpace campaign.

myspace.com/towelboy

lynxboost.com

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Myspace Bulletin : 201 Ads Profiles on « Ads My Friends »

juillet 21, 2006

« Ads My Friends » contains all Ads Profiles on Myspace / contient tous les profils publicitaires de myspace.com
There are now 203 friends in the « Ads My Friends » profile (201 Ads + Tom + Ads My friends Friends)

You can find many brands such as / De nombreuses marques sont présentes telles que : AMEX, Helio, MotoQ, Virgin Mobile, Cingular, Energizer, Adidas, Nike, VW, Dodge, Honda, Maybeline, H&M, Colgate, Crest, Aquafina, and Advertainment like movies trailers games and contests.

If you want to be a friends of « Ads My Friends », just make a request to « Ads My Friends Friends » just in the friends list.
Pour être lié à « Ads My Friends » il faut faire une request au profil « Ads My Friends Friends ».

You can check previous posts in … MOBILE ALLEY … about Myspace Ads Profiles and Bulletins :

Myspace Bulletin : The Omen 666 Mobile Marketing

Crest IQ Quiz

Myspace bulletin for Adidas Mobile Portal

Adidas dream Team on Myspace

Myspace goes Mobile with Helio and Cingular

Virgin Mobile adopte un profil unique pour ses 2 campagnes sur Myspace

Motorola Profil MotoQ sur Myspace

Make Friend with your fast

Ads My Friends collects Ads Profiles on Myspace

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Myspace Bulletin : The Omen 666 Mobile Marketing

juillet 18, 2006

The omen 666 Mobile Marketing on Myspace offers users to get a free ringtone and free Wallpaper for their phone.

La campagne marketing mobile de la FOX pour la sortie du film The Omen 666 offre une sonnerie et un fond d’écran pour téléphone.


You get the free content with text messaging :

text DAMIEN to 20FOX to get a free ringtone / SMS DAMIEN à 20FOX pour la sonnerie gratuite

text 666 to 20FOX to get a free Wallpaper / SMS 666 à 20FOX pour le fond d’écran

If you are interested in Social Network Advertaising, I invite you to check the adsmyfriends myspace.com profile where you can find 188 Ads Profiles :

http://www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

www.myspace.com/666

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Myspace bulletin : 173 Ads Profiles on Ads My Friends

juin 30, 2006

« Ads My Friends » contains all Ads Profiles on Myspace.

There are now 175 friends in the « Ads My Friends » profile (173 Ads + Tom + Ads My friends Friends)

You can find many brands such as Helio, MotoQ, Virgin Mobile, Cingular, Energizer, Adidas, Nike, VW, Dodge, Honda, Maybeline, H&M, Colgate, Crest, Aquafina, and Advertainment like movies trailers games and contests.

If you want to be a friends of « Ads My Friends », just make a request to « Ads My Friends Friends » just in the friends list.

You can check previous posts in … MOBILE ALLEY … about Myspace Ads Profiles and Bulletins :

Crest IQ Quiz

Myspace bulletin for Adidas Mobile Portal

Adidas dream Team on Myspace

Myspace goes Mobile with Helio and Cingular

Virgin Mobile adopte un profil unique pour ses 2 campagnes sur Myspace

Motorola Profil MotoQ sur Myspace

Make Friend with your fast

Ads My Friends collects Ads Profiles on Myspace

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Wat.tv: l’offensive web communautaire de TF1

juin 29, 2006

TF1 lance un site communautaire pour permettre aux internautes de publier des vidéos, du texte et des chansons. Mais la chaîne l’adapte à son univers, en promettant une exposition à la télévision ou des concerts aux artistes en herbe les plus populaires.

TF1 dévoile ses ambitions dans l’internet communautaire: le groupe audiovisuel a présenté aujourd’hui son nouveau site, Wat.tv. Comprendre «We are talented» (Nous avons du talent). Selon le communiqué officiel, il s’agit d’«un nouveau service multisupport (internet, téléphone mobile et télévision) dédié à l’expression artistique et à la diffusion de créations audiovisuelles».

Traduction: il s’agit d’une plate-forme combinant blogs classiques, vidéo et audio, alimentée en priorité par les contenus mis en ligne par les internautes. Un mélange de Skyblogs, MySpace et Dailymotion. Mais Olivier Abecassis, le directeur de la société WAT, filiale à 100% de TF1, refuse d’être mis en concurrence avec ces services: «Nous avons une cible des 15-34 ans, plus adulte que celle des Skyblogs. Quant à Dailymotion, ils ont un panel de contenus plus large que le nôtre.»

La plate-forme française de vidéos amateurs est aussi le prestataire technique choisi par Wat.tv pour gérer en marque blanche l’interface de mise en ligne de vidéos. Les internautes pourront également publier leurs contenus sur mobiles, via un site i-mode et WAP.

Selon son responsable l’avantage de la plate-forme Wat.tv, par rapport aux pure players déjà présents, est de proposer «une exposition que les internautes ne retrouveront pas ailleurs, un produit global avec un confort et une facilité d’utilisation».

TF1 prêt à acquérir le contenu des internautes

De fait, les vidéos ou les artistes musicaux les plus populaires se verront proposer plusieurs options par TF1. Le groupe audiovisuel envisage tout d’abord de réutiliser les meilleurs contenus pour la télévision. Avec trois possibilités: des émissions dédiées sur certaines chaînes thématiques du groupe, une chaîne « nouveaux médias » diffusée sur les canaux 3G, ou un nouveau canal sur le câble et le satellite. La décision finale devrait tomber d’ici la fin de l’année.

Dans ce cas, TF1 proposera aux internautes d’acquérir les contenus en question, dans le cadre d’un contrat d’exploitation, «avec un tarif adopté». «Cela devrait se monter à quelques centaines d’euros pour l’internaute», précise Olivier Abecassis. De même, les artistes plébiscités par les internautes et par l’équipe éditoriale de WAT pourront se voir offrir la chance de se produire dans des salles de concert parisiennes.

WAT emploie une dizaine de personnes et son modèle économique repose essentiellement sur la publicité. Les internautes n’auront qu’à se créer un compte gratuit pour pouvoir publier leurs contenus. Ils devront en revanche accepter l’apparition de publicités sur leurs pages, voire dans leurs propres vidéos, sous certaines conditions.

Wat.tv: l’offensive web communautaire de TF1 – Actualités – ZDNet.fr

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Crest Marketing with Irresistibility IQ Quiz on Myspace

juin 26, 2006

CREST Miss Irresistible marketing is on Myspace.

You can take the Irresistibility IQ Quiz, get your score and display it on your Myspace page.

Some skins are also available to redecorate your profile and get you noticed.

Don’t forget to listen to Samantha and Nick advises about cell phones and dates 😉

You can also check a previous post on Mobile Alley about « Procter & Gamble : Crest Mobile Marketing »

If you are interested in Social Network Advertaising, I invite you to check the adsmyfriends myspace.com profile where you can find 173 Ads Profiles :

http://www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

www.myspace.com/crestiq

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MySpace s’apprête à débarquer en Europe

juin 22, 2006

MySpace, le site communautaire américain racheté l’été dernier par le magnat de la presse Rupert Murdoch, prépare son arrivée en Europe. C’est ce qu’a expliqué son cofondateur Chris DeWolfe, dans une interview au Financial Times.

Ce dernier a ciblé 11 pays pour une expansion internationale du service, dont le Royaume-Uni, la France et l’Allemagne. Les premiers sites devraient faire leur apparition d’ici la fin de l’été. La Chine et l’Inde font également partie des perspectives à plus long terme, selon lui.

MySpace est un réseau communautaire qui propose à ses utilisateurs de créer des sites personnels et des blogs, intégrant des vidéos ou de la musique. Le service a déjà permis à de nombreux groupes, par exemple, de faire connaître et de distribuer leurs morceaux.

Avant son lancement officiel, la société cherche actuellement à multiplier les partenariats avec des fournisseurs de contenus et des opérateurs de téléphonie mobile. Chris DeWolfe espère dégager «des revenus significatifs» sur ce secteur. MySpace est également en négociations avec différents moteurs de recherche, en particulier pour ajouter des liens sponsorisés à son modèle économique.

MySpace s’apprête à débarquer en Europe – Actualités – ZDNet.fr

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Myspace.com : 69 Ads Profiles on Ads My friends

juin 20, 2006

The Ads My friends Profile on Myspace.com has now 71 friends :

69 ads Profiles (Helio, MotoQ, Virgin Mobile, Cingular, Energizer, Adidas, VW, Dodge, Honda, Maybeline, H&M, Colgate, Crest, Aquafina, Video Games, Movies, Contests…), Tom and Ads My Friends Friends Profile that enables myspace.com members to be linked to Ads My friends.

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Myspace bulletin for Adidas Mobile Portal

juin 15, 2006

Adidas Soccer fait la promotion de son portail mobile au travers de son profil Myspace.

L’accès se fait par envoi de texto au 88188.

www.myspace.com/adidassoccer

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Adidas Dream Team sur Myspace

juin 9, 2006

Pour la coupe du monde, le Team Adidas au grand complet est présent sur Myspace.com

adidassoccer

www.myspace.com/adidassoccer
Un profil adidassoccer donne accès à un concours « Best Goal » en proposant aux membres d’envoyer une vidéo avec leur but le plus impossible.

Chaque joueur a un profil avec son propre blog et peut devenir votre ami.

Retrouvez l’ensemble des Profils annonceurs de myspace.com sur www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Myspace goes mobile avec Helio et Cingular

juin 8, 2006

Myspace.com offre à ses membres un système d’alertes mobiles.

Le système permet de recevoir un sms d’alerte à chaque « friend request », « Blog comment », « Profile Comment », « Image comment », « New message » et « Event Invite ».

Le service est gratuit hors coût provider à condition d’utiliser Helio ou le réseau de Cingular.

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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Virgin Mobile adopte un profil unique pour ses 2 campagnes sur Myspace

juin 7, 2006

Virgin Mobile utilise le même profil Myspace pour ces 2 campagnes.

« Adopt a Mime » est une campagne produit destinée au nouveau téléphone Switch_Back dont la facilité d’utilisation des messages textes et la préinstallation du Service Mobile AIM en font l’object idéal pour parler à un mime.

La seconde campagne « Save The Trees » est orientée services et propose de sauver des arbres en adoptant les services de Virgin Mobile qui n’envoi pas de facture mensuelle papier.

Découvrez l’ensemble des campagnes annonceurs de Myspace.com sur le profil Ads My Friends.

www.myspace.com/virginmobile

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Motorola lance le profil MotoQ sur MySpace.com

juin 6, 2006

La guerre de la mobilité ne fait que commencer sur MySpace.com.

Après Helio, Virgin et Cingular, Motorola créé un profil pour le nouveau MotoQ et n’entend pas laisser le marché de la plus grande communauté web en passe de devenir mobile lui passer sous le nez.

Retrouvez sur Ads My Friends l’ensemble des profils annonceurs présents sur MySpace.com

www.myspace.com/motoq


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Make friend with your fast sur Myspace

juin 5, 2006

Dans la plupart de nous, mais pas en tous, il y a un fast. Découvrez à quoi il ressemble sur son profil Myspace…et retrouvez d »autres exemples de profils marketing sur Adsmyfriends
http://www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends



www.myspace.com/yourfast

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Adsmyfriends collects Ads Profiles on Myspace

juin 5, 2006

Découvrez Le profil Adsmyfriends sur Myspace.com. Vous y trouverez les profils publicitaires présents sur ce réseau social.

Il y a actuellement 58 Marques et produits qui cherchent à devenir votre ami sur Myspace.

Différentes approches marketing sont aux rendez vous pour séduire et fidéliser plus de 83 millions de personnes et amis acheteurs potentiels présents sur Myspace



www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

 

Adsmyfriends ne répertoriant que des annonceurs le profil http://www.myspace.com/adsmyfriendsfriends est disponible pour les « add friend ».
Vous pouvez ainsi rester au courant des dernières nouveautés et annonces au travers de votre liste d’amis.


www.myspace.com/adsmyfriendsfriends

Ads My friends contains the ads profile on Myspace. If you want to be a friends of Ads My friends, just make a request to Ads My friends Friends just in the friends list below 😉

 

www.myspace.com/adsmyfriends

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