Who Wants a $50 MySpace Ads Coupon?

I’m sure most of you know about Facebook Ads. Well, MySpace has their own advertising platform as well and they would love for you to try it out. MyAds allows you to advertise to over 70 million U.S. users or pinpoint a niche group based on their hobbies, interests, age, gender and location. If you’re an Internet marketer, you can’t afford to ignore this big of a market. Many affiliates marketers are crushing it with MyAds.

Free $50 Coupon for New Advertisers

To give you a taste of what MySpaces Ads can do for your website or business, MyAds has set up a coupon code that will put $50 into your account. You can spend the money to promote whatever you want on MySpace. Setting up an account and creating an ad is super easy and won’t take more than five minutes. Watch this video to see how it’s done.

To claim your $50 coupon, sign up for an account at MyAds.com and enter CHOW50 into the promotion field when you go to complete your account registration. But you better hurry. I only have 70 coupons to give away. If the coupon doesn’t work anymore, it means they’re all gone. Get it now!

Claim Your $50 MySapce Ads Coupon Now – Only 70 Available

27 thoughts on “Who Wants a $50 MySpace Ads Coupon?”

  1. Wow my space certainly have strong platform. Although Facebook crossed them but they are still most powerful platform to grab the direct and loyal visitors.

    John … I am going to there to try this one.

    1. Cam Birch says:

      It is rather easy to forget about the social sites that “came before”. MySpace still exists and has a suprisingly popular following, it is actually quite suprising because they don’t really receive much attention anymore. Great coupon, I’m going to look at MySpace to see if there is anyone I want to market to.

  2. Holly Hopper says:

    Thanks John! I just took you up on your offer, about to launch a new retail site and I could definitely use a little free advertising to promote the new site! Thanks, appreciate it!

  3. I’ll check this out. Last time I tried to sign up they were only letting people in the US sign up. Definitely won’t say no to free $50.


    1. Yea, I couldn’t get it either. I’m from Malaysia.

  4. I tried it out, but it won’t let me upload an image, so no My Space ads for me ;-( SY

  5. myskin says:

    easy to find a place to advertise but few really produce, I’m still not convinced with the results

  6. Gyanguru says:

    Just getting started there. Let’s see if it works. Thanks for letting us know John!

  7. Earningstep says:

    cool . i am on my way…

  8. I signed up for MySpace ads before with another coupon code. At that time, I could not find a way to sign up without making an ad. Also their ad format is different from anything I had seen at the time. So I couldn’t just copy/paste an ad from commision junction or anything like that.

    So be prepared.

  9. I’ve had terrible ROI with MySpace Ads… FB Ads is a much better system. Avoid MySpace, honestly. Waste of time.

    1. Yea, I agree mostly, MySpace had a terrible ROI, plus minimum bid prices were higher without the ability to lower them once your CTR went up.

  10. WAMWAN says:

    This sounds good, John. We’ll look into it!

  11. If it was good for people that already have accounts that would be beneficial.

  12. fas says:

    Nothing wrong to get free ad coupons, here we go again.

  13. Cool. I now go on MySpace and try it ..

  14. MySpace must love you to give you your own $50 promo coupon. The sign-up process is very quick and simple. The ability to pick demographics some specifically is really convenient. The whole signup took me less than 5 minutes. Overall initial impression for user interface is very good. Now, time to see how it preforms!

  15. It sure would be nice if MySpace would give some coupons to those of us that already use it like Facebook did a year ago or so.

  16. Tuấn Anh says:

    That is death $50 – I mean just use for their service and can’t take by fresh money

  17. Affiliit says:

    Thanks for the share John!

  18. This offer looks like a clone of Facebook or is it something different. People will come through demography, not by searching the desired market. Is your conversion ratio better than Google adward or yahoo sponsor search?

  19. Unfortunately they don’t allow Canadians to sign up. 🙁

    Unless I’m missing something.

    How did you get a COUPON CODE when they don’t even allow Canadian advertisers?


    1. It is strange, why Canadians are not allowed to advertise. What world wide web has to do with the name of the country 🙂

  20. Thanks for sharing, sadly its not allowing me to sign in.

  21. Albert Fang says:

    This is a great opportunitity for smaller bloggers to get great exposure from social networking sites like MySpace. Free always beats paid.

  22. Dean Saliba says:

    Shame I was too late for this. Maybe next time. 🙂

  23. I’ll check this out. Last time I tried to sign up they were only letting people in the US sign up. Definitely won’t say no to free $50.

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