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Getting Your MySpace Profile Noticed
MySpace is a great networking resource - potentially. But the thing that makes MySpace so full of possibility for networking is what also makes it so hard to utilize.
MySpace is a terrific networking resource -- potentially.
With upwards of 160 million profiles on MySpace, and growing,
you're talking about a lot of possible contacts. In addition,
these days just about everyone and their mother has a MySpace
profile, including businesses big and small, political
groups, VIPs, etc. Given this kind of reach, why would I say
that MySpace is only a potential networking resource? The
very thing that makes MySpace a source for networking is the
thing that makes MySpace a tough nut to crack.
Strae Jones is a freelance writer for a number of
different online services. Her primary focus is on social
networking as related to MySpace.com and other social
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