Learn how to Pimp MySpace for fun and profit

This is the first “How-To-Video” in a 30+ episode series on marketing with MySpace. MySpace is a new media powerhouse with unlimited marketing potential.

With over 170 million active members, (43% over the age of 40), this is a tremendous marketing opportunity for business men and women who understand the basics of online persuasion.

As you follow this video series, you’ll learn how to win more friends, attract more clients, and have more fun with MySpace.

The deeper we go in the series, the more we’ll be revealing Tribal Seduction strategies that you can use on all social networks, starting with MySpace.

What’s in Episode 01

Do you have a MySpace page yet?

If not – but you’ve been wanting to set up an account on MySpace, but don’t know where to start… you’re in luck!

Today, Coach Deb (that’s ME!) sat down with Kathleen Reece, a relationship coach who is also a grandmother (although you would never guess that by looking at her – she’s oh-so-beautiful!) and showed her step-by-step how to set up her profile on MySpace.

If grandma can do it – anybody can!

In addition to the “how-to” of profile set up, I also gave her tips on what to do, and what NOT to do when setting up your profile for the very first time.

Whether you’re setting up a brand new account, or you’re thinking of creating a new one, you’re guaranteed to learn a few new tricks – especially if you’re concerned with privacy on MySpace.

It’s a quickie!
5min 43secs

Here are a few tips Coach Deb shared with her coaching client in this first episode 01:

  • Tips on setting up your passwords
  • Tips on how to protect and disguise your identity
  • Tips on creating shortcuts for future visits to your profile
  • ENJOY!

    Coach Deb
    AKA: The Motivation MD on MySpace

    * NOTE — While it’s yet to be determined how long this series will be – all we know right now – is that we have 30 episodes “in the can”.

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