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Re: MySpace headaches... - experience?

For those of you that haven't checked it:

When myspace introduced new layouts for musicians, they reset the "Label" status for everyone to Major.  It was brought to my attention by an industry guy in Toronto, asking what major label I was on.  Makes you sound like a douche, as if you were lying!

On Tue, Feb 3, 2009 at 10:59 AM, Andrés F <baytripper@gmail.com> wrote:
hello... check www.createblog.com

nice layouts there...

mine: www.myspace.com/musicadeorsa


On 2/3/09, Jeff Duke <jeff_d@embarqmail.com> wrote:
> Bill, you mentioned that you run windows 98 on a what, P3. What kind of
> internet connection do you have? Nowdays most sites are made for highspeed
> and modern machines right?
> Do you think my myspace page is overloaded? I have seen worse. I do have the
> colorchanging background and some youtube and a vimeo widjet on there. Also
> my music player starts automaticly.
> it loads fast for me but I am sure that I have it cached from visiting it a
> couple of times a day. I am interested in how things load for other people.
> best,
> Jeff
> http://www.myspace.com/loopsinphasespace
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bill Fox" <billyfox@soundscapes.us>
> To: <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2009 10:17 AM
> Subject: Re: MySpace headaches... - experience?
>> Travis Hartnett wrote:
>>> As long as you delete all the comments people post to your page and don't
>>> go crazy with giant background images and umpteen embedded youtube
>>> videos, the page loads quickly and has everything people really want and
>>> you don't pay a dime.
>> Bingo!  You've hit on a pet peeve I have.  People load all sorts of shit
>> and crap on thir page and over do it sometimes (all too often) to the
>> point where I have no other recourse than to reboot.  I mean total lock
>> city!  KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid)  Sure it's only one page and you want
>> it to represent you well.  But that's what your *real* website is for.
>> Myspace is just the appetizer and the social networking component of a
>> well thought out promotional campaign.
>> Cheers,
>> Bill

Jean-Paul De Roover