How to Make a (Good) MySpace Page - Friends, Comments and Contacts
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You may work very hard and put a ton of careful consideration into your MySpace profile page. No matter how under-the-radar you may be or how obscure your page, others in the MySpace community will find it. They will find it and they will ask to become your friend. Should you accept them as comrades, they will then have the power to change your profile page -- at least in their own small ways.
You may put a lot of time and thought into making your page professional, but your friends will doubtfully show the same consideration. They may fill your page with dancing text and bold graphics, personal comments and other content that you find is not so professional for your profile.
Should you simply ban all friends? There is a way to maintain the professionalism of your profile, even when others donít. Thankfully, MySpace allows you to edit every single detail of your profile, even down to the comments others leave behind.
Youíll find the comments section on your Edit Profile page. Use the navigation tabs near the top to select Comments, and youíll find them all laid out before you. Here, you can edit the words and codes if you wish. You can even delete comments in their entirety by clicking the blue (Delete) link at the bottom of each comment box. This will help you maintain professional integrity.
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