Does Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace share their revenue?

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Does Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace share their revenue?

Post by emarketcoach on Sat Mar 20, 2010 11:52 pm

Does Facebook, Twitter, or MySpace pay you? Of course they don’t!

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Does Facebook, Twitter, or Myspace share their revenue?

Post by Leland Brigham on Sun Dec 05, 2010 11:06 pm

I have an idea for a website that would be like myspace.com except users would get a revenue share for the advertising on their profiles and picture pages.

I know mylot.com does something like this, but their page layout is bad and it doesn't have the community feeling that myspace, facebook, or hi5 has. It's more like a glorified forum.

The site layout would be much cleaner than myspace and it would be just as easy to network and keep in touch.

Would you join a site like this? Why or why not?

Thanks in advance.

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Post by JacobH on Thu Jan 13, 2011 7:17 pm

Youtube is also a great tool in driving massive to your site. A lot of marketers use this phenomenal social media site in marketing strategy. Imagine the tons of people visit this site everyday.
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