42 MySpace Advocacy Tips — And Counting

February 11th, 2008

If you’re looking for guidance on using MySpace for advocacy and/or politics, I just found a bunch of it: Heather Mansfield at Diosa communications has assembled 42 separate pieces of advice and is adding more every week. She’s clearly a social networking enthusiast and these tips sound like the product of solid experience. Some of them (“#34: Use MySpace to drive individuals to your e-advocacy campaigns”) will be familiar to readers of more general guides, but many of them are more subtle and will go a long way to helping an organization or campaign avoid mistakes and get the most out of their investment in social networking sites.

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