Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) June 10, 2006
Myspace is being turned into a place to advertise. But is it also being turned into a place where users can buy friends and popularity?
Aaron Nimocks is buying friends on Myspace. He is going to start giving away $50 a week to one of his random friends. The only condition given so far is that he must not know you.
Myspace has recently grown to be the fourth most popular website on the internet falling in between MSN and eBay. This online social network has stomped all of its rivals with no slowing down in sight. For advertisers this is a dream come true. Due to its unique system users are able to advertise on the site fairly easily and get your message across. The idea behind massive advertisement is to send bulletins to all of a user's friends. With 1 million friends on a list, a user could do some effective advertising at one click of the mouse.
Even though the idea behind giving away $50 a week to one random friend could generate a massive list of people to advertise to, the goal behind this idea is to generate over 1 million friends. That is it.
The details on how the random picking and exactly what dates the names will be picked is still in revision. There is no easy/fair way to pick a random friend from a list as of right now. But the winner will be announced via his blog and a one time transmit of a bulletin to all of his friends. Also during that week the winner will be moved to the top friend position on the profile page.
Although Aaron Nimocks has under 30 friends right and that means users have a decent chance of getting $50, it will not remain that way for long. The word is out and people are flocking in to be his friend. Every friend request will be carfully looked over so it may take a few days to get approved as being a friend.
Please stay tuned at the profile on Myspace for Aaron Nimocks regarding details on how this free give away will work.
To view the profile in question please go to the profile of Aaron Nimocks.