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Marion Myspace pages - Beneficial Or Not? (76* d) RE: Myspace pages - Beneficial Or Not? 12 Jun 08


Polite Guest said: "Also, for those people who use Myspace more as potential purchasers, as Katlaughing speaks of above, to 'get the feel' of an artist's music, do you choose Main Sites or Myspace as your first introduction to the music of an artist?"

I'd rather go to myspace because the MP3s there always work for me with no hassle. When people put their audio samples on their own websites, often I don't end up hearing the samples - something would have to be installed first, or things start loading and never finish...

Jed said: "and it has become a way for "fans" to contact me."

Why the quotation marks? You can just call us fans, or Jedheads. Or you implying that myspace is good way to meet stalkers or groupies? :)

Guest Bob R. said: "10,200+/- MySpace friends, (and may God Bless each and every one of them.)"

As a relative newcomer to myspace, I don't quite understand what the point is of building up a huge friend list ... what is the benefit to you or to them? I'm not trying to criticize, just trying to understand. At first I just linked to people that I know in real life or Mudcat, then I started getting friend invitations from strangers... I approved them as long as their sites were music-related, but I'm not sure why they asked me.

Marion
www.myspace.com/marionparsons


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