MySpace Trying To Solve Ad Recession $25 At A Time (NWS)

Hey, Joe SixPack! When you’re done being catered to during the political campaign, feel like buying an ad on MySpace? Rupert Murdoch’s social network would like you to know you can buy real estate on its site using the same ad targeting technology it’s offering the big guys.

The company says its MyAds program, announced last November, has signed up 3,500 companies so far; it allows small businesses to buy their own ads in increments as low as $25.

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