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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 - The Plain Profile

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    Without words, pictures or Internet code added to it, your MySpace profile will appear fairly plain. It will have a white background and a few automatic links among the standard pastel color palette MySpace offers.

    All of this, however, can be changed. Using the MySpace Profile Editor, you can change the theme of your profile or edit a theme to make it more your own. Itís very easy to choose your theme; simply scroll through the available options in the window that will open up on the left of your screen. Once you select a theme, you can view a preview to see how your profile would look under the new scheme. Youíll also want to include a photo to represent yourself or your business. Simply click on the photo area at the top of your MySpace profile, and youíll be taken to an area of the site where you can upload photos from your own computer to display on the site.

    MySpace lets you add other extras to your site as well, including video, embedded music and other interactive features your traffic might enjoy. Many popular bands use MySpace to showcase their latest sounds, while entertainers may offer up videos of themselves to keep the public happy. If these features will truly add more to your profile and personal promotion, you should use them. Otherwise, you may want to exclude these extras to avoid cluttering up your profile page.

    Remember: itís not personal, itís professional.

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