Combo Adds Launches Innovative Site That Quickly Boosts Friends on MySpace and Top Social Networks

October 19, 2009

NEW YORK, Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ — Combo Adds is the first friend-adding website of its kind that offers a free, user-friendly interface to market profiles on multiple social networks at the same time. Users will have access to an effective way to promote profiles, increase views, subscriptions, followers, and friends without spam. The VIP points program entices users to add friends and click links that drive traffic to profiles on some of the most popular social networking sites.

Combo Adds streamlines the MySpace friend-adding process by allowing users to accrue points while adding one, five, or 25 friends at the same time. MySpace imposes daily adding limits on how many friend requests users can send, but no limit on how many friend requests users can receive. It’s fast and easy to meet the daily quota of friend requests with Combo Adds and even easier to receive incoming requests 24-7. Combo Adds even offers the option to search by interests, gender, age, and applications. By targeting popular apps like Mafia Wars and Fashion Wars players can also quickly build their teams.

Combo Adds helps businesses target customers via social networks and grow their fan base. Filmmakers boost video views, bands increase song plays, products build popularity, and online networkers link to individuals with similar interests. Businesses can capitalize on the social networking movement now more than ever.

Combo Adds hosts profile links driving traffic to MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Yuwie, Youtube, Blogspot, WordPress, Tumblr, Squidoo, Mashable, Orkut, Bebo, LiveJournal, Ning, and more. Combo Adds also hosts monthly contests that feature users on the front page of the site for added traffic. For more information, visit http://www.ComboAdds.com


    Jason Davis
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