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How to Make a (Good) MySpace Page
By: KC Morgan
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    Table of Contents:
  • How to Make a (Good) MySpace Page
  • Creating Your MySpace Profile
  • The Plain Profile
  • Friends, Comments and Contacts

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    How to Make a (Good) MySpace Page

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    MySpace, that highly popular social networking site, is open to all and used by many. With MySpace, you can create an online profile and even a blog to talk about your interests and potentially meet like-minded individuals. Itís social networking at its best, but is it more than that? You may already know how to create a MySpace page. Now, find out how to make a good MySpace page that helps promote your business interests.

    What MySpace Offers

    If you have an email address and the desire to join, you an easily sign up for and create an account with MySpace. Once registered, you can always log in to check any new messages, comments or friend requests you may receive. Largely, this site is geared toward meeting people and highlighting your own personal likes, dislikes and opinions. When used as a professional tool, however, MySpace can be a whole lot more.

    You will get a single profile page and a free blog just for signing up to MySpace. When people search for your name or business name online, itís likely theyíll find your MySpace profile. Now, itís up to you to decide just what theyíll see when they search. Treat your MySpace profile not like a personal Web page, but as a professional one that will help you further your business goals.

    With that in mind, youíre ready to create your professional profile and add all those extras that make your MySpace page much more than a social stop to visitors.

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