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FriendsWin: The Social Network That Pays You For Adding Friends


Atlanta, Ga -- August 15, 2007--With the explosion of social networks like MySpace and Facebook, these sites are worth a fortune today. The members are the ones that view the advertisements and make both companies money. But how much are the members making? Currently the members are not compensated.

The concept of social networks is about to change with the new site Friendswin is unlike any other social networking site because it has an affiliate compensation plan that pays significant commissions for joining new friends. This concept gives members incentive to invite their friends.

MySpace was sold for 580 million dollars in July 2005 to News Corp. Recently Facebook received a billion dollar offer. Under the FriendsWin plan, the founding members would be the beneficiaries of the buyout options. The members would also receive a cut of the advertisement revenue.

FriendsWin also has some features that are unique to the social network scene. Some of the features include video enabled profiles, video conferencing between friends, video dating, business networking, and marketing leads.

With the typical growth of social networks at 89% per year, FriendsWin could become very profitable for its members while offering unique features.

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