Article by Jeffrey Solochek
MySpace is one of the largest Social Networking sites out there today. Friendster has been around longer but more people are creating profiles on MySpace these days. To make MySpace easier, because the tools that are part of MySpace leave little to be desired, many third party developers have created specialized MySpace Bots. There are a lot of these to choose from so which one is going to be the best for you?
The most basic feature on the site MySpace is the friend adder. If this is all you want to do on MySpace you can use this tool which is pretty easy or if you want to accelerate this you could look at a site like friendstorm. Some third part developers have created friend adders which help to speed up the process of adding friends plus a friend adder is usually an investment of less than a hundred dollars.
I just tried to use the profile updater on MySpace the other day. All I wanted to do was use it to add my graduating high school information. I tried doing this on MySpace 4 times and each time after clicking on save and update I would then click on home and I would see that my main page of my profile was still asking me to add my high school information. How many times must I enter this information in on MySpace for the change to actually take affect?
MySpace now allows every profile to have their own blog. With the introduction of Web 2.0 a blog has been one of the fastest growing trends. I have used WordPress, Drupal, and Google’s Blogger to create blogs in but being able to have one on your MySpace profile is awesome. To stay with the latest trends you need to find a MySpace Bot that has a blog poster function.
Does your local community have a group like one for new businesses in the area? If each business had their own MySpace profile and all the members of this group wanted to send out an invitation then each member would have to log into their account and send out a message to all of their friends on MySpace. If your group has 50 members do you realize how long it would take for each member to log into MySpace especially if each member does not have their own computer to use at your group meetings. If you had a Bot that had the feature of account chaining then the sending of messages to everybody’s MySpace friends would only take up less than maybe an hour at the most.
If you do a search on the web for MySpace Layouts or MySpace profiles you will see a lot of matches. Downloading and using one of these can become time consuming. When I am looking for a Bot I look for one that has a profile grabber. A Profile Grabber is a must have when you are looking for a MySpace Bot.
Now on MySpace you are only allowed to have one profile according to their TOS. What if you were a marketer and it was necessary to have multiple MySpace profiles? What kind of profile do you think will get the greatest number of visitors? Some of the great MySpace Bots out there have account creators for MySpace. I had my son get pictures of girls he knows and I use these pictures for all my profiles. The profile of the lesbians which showed 2 girls in the shower together in bikinis did great until MySpace deleted that profile.
With each profile when sending out messages you need to make sure that each profile sends out a different message otherwise MySpace will delete several accounts. You could look for a Bot that has a message randomizer which would be a fantastic solution for you. I have seen maybe a couple MySpace Bots that have the feature of a message randomizer.
A lot of sites out there today have a security feature called CAPTCHA. This is something meant to eliminate people who use Bots to create accounts or to send out marketing messages. With MySpace’s latest update most of the Bots out there have not been successful in bypassing CAPTCHA and the ones that can do this are charging a lot for CAPTCHA bypass.
If you are a marketer then you might want to look for a MySpace Bot that has a lot of these features. An all in one software solution would be best because do you realize how much system resources you would use if you had a different Bot for each function? Do not worry about violating MySpace TOS they were created years ago and if MySpace wants to stay in existence then they need to start allowing marketers and maybe even helping users do marketing otherwise MySpace will die a lot quicker then Friendster.
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