Learn The Ethical Way To Make Money On Forgotten MySpace
There is a lot of information on how to make money with social networks. Many of the techniques you learn on one site may work for another site. Many of the unethical or "black hat tricks" that can lead to being kicked out may also work on other websites (and they risk kicking you out as well). We will review several different ways to make money on MySpace, the ethical way, but first, we have to understand the unique niche that dominates MySpace and how to use it to our advantage when creating income-generating strategies.
MySpace has a younger demographic than other sites like Facebook or Twitter. There are more teens and young adults on MySpace than on other social networks. In fact, if we take a look at the actual data from quantcast.com for MySpace as of August 2009, we get a very clear insight into the actual demographics of this site.
Around 60 million people visit MySpace every month. Almost 60% of them are women. Seventy-five percent of people who visit are between the ages of 13 and 34, and the majority are adolescents. More Hispanic people visit MySpace than other ethnicities, although African Americans are also well represented. This group of young people is generally less wealthy, has no college experience, and has no children. Understanding demographics gives entrepreneurs clues about the target audience and helps them select income-generating strategies that work with demographics.
For example, you couldn't successfully sell retirement affiliate offers on MySpace. There are not enough people interested in that niche.