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					I just sent this post to a bunch of my friends as I agree with
most of what you’re saying here and the way you’ve presented it
is awesome.

I also blog from time to time on this stuff. In fact, here’s an
expert from my most recent blog post…

There are a lot of teens who are using MySpace. Individuals over the age of 14 are
eligible to use MySpace so as a result there are many teenagers who are members of the
online MySpace community. These young members may appreciate the opportunity to
express their creativity, express their feelings, meet new friends or stay in touch with
their old friends but they should also be aware that there is the potential for danger on any
Internet community. Making kids aware of this is helpful but there is also a certain degree
of parental involvement which is necessary to keep kids safe when they are online.

The complete post can be viewed easily on the following page…

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Keep up the good work,
<YOURNAME>

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I agree with most of what you’re saying. I just posted
something similar to what you’re talking about on my blog.

Here’s part of what I said…

While there is the potential for dangerous situations online, those who follow safety
precautions can enjoy their online interactions without fear of being hurt by others. In
these cases, it may not really matter if their online friend is actually not telling the truth
about his identity because the other MySpace is still enjoying the conversations and is not
putting herself at risk because.

If you want to check out the full context and leave a comment
you can check out the full post here…

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Talk to you later,
<YOURNAME>

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While we don’t agree on everything in your post, I do tend to
get a refreshing view every time I read one of your posts.

Here’s a related comment from a post that I recently published…

Another way to get noticed on MySpace is to visit other members’ websites and place
comments or send messages to these members. They will be more inclined to seek out
your MySpace website if you left a message on their website than they would otherwise.

If you’d like to read and comment on that statement, check out
the full blog post and get in touch.

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Thanks,
<YOURNAME>

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I recently posted something related to this on my blog over at…

Those who agree to meet online friends in person put themselves at risk for physical
harm. Although in many cases agreeing to meet an online friend in person will not lead to
any problems there is always the potential for your online friend to really be a harmful
predator. Not agreeing to offline meetings is the most obvious way to avoid this type of
danger. However, there are other precautions MySpace members can take to avoid the
possibility encountering their online friends in person.

Take a look and please feel free to drop in a comment with your
own two cents as well…

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Thank you,
<YOUR NAME>

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While we don’t agree on everything in your post, I do tend to
get a refreshing view every time I read one of your posts.

Here’s a related comment from a post that I recently published…

The addition of music to a MySpace website is a very common practice. This is used both
by bands who want to promote their music as well as by individuals who want to let
others know what type of music they like. The process of adding music to a MySpace
website is incredibly easy. Members can visit the following web address to listen to
music from MySpace artists: http://music.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=music. If
the artist has granted permission for others to use the music, there will be a button that
says “Add” next to the song. Clicking on this link, when you are logged into this account,
will automatically add the music to the background of your MySpace website. You are
only able to add one song at once to your profile but you can change the music as often as
you like by adding a new song. If you already have one song and add another, the second
song will replace the original song on your profile.

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Thanks,
<YOURNAME>

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I tend to agree with most of what you said in your post but I
did post something related on my blog a while back.

Here’s just some of what I said in that post…

One way to maintain a professional appearance on a MySpace website is to avoid the use
of slang or abbreviations. Many MySpace websites feature slang, abbreviations and terms
which are not grammatically correct. While this type of Internet language may be
entertaining and may be considered acceptable among members of the community, this
type of writing is not likely to appeal to potential customers or business partners.
Additionally, not everyone understand the cryptic language often used on message
boards, text messages and emails and those who do not understand may have trouble
reading the information presented on the website.

Give it a read and if you have any opinions on it of your own,
feel free to give me a shout…

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Thanks,
<YOUR NAME>

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I just book marked your blog on Digg and StumbleUpon. I enjoy
reading your commentaries.

I also run a blog that may be of interest that I’d love to share
with you. I recently stated that…
One passive way to reconnect with lost friends is to simply create your own MySpace
website and wait for these lost friends to contact you. This may not always happen but it
is possible. MySpace is an extensive community with members all around the world and
it is very possible your old friend may see you on MySpace and contact you. Also, if you
create a blog entry expressing an interest in reconnecting with an individual, your blog
may be seen by someone who knows your lost friend and passes along the message.

Feel free to poke around my blog and leave a comment. Us
quality bloggers have to stick together!

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Peace,
<YOURNAME>

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Check out my commentary on this subject matter (reprinted from
by blog)…


The process of opening a MySpace account is fairly simple and takes place almost
instantly. Members who wish to join the online community only have to provide some
basic information and agree to the terms of service to be granted membership. The basic
information which is required to request membership is a full name, a valid email address
and a password containing alpha and numeric characters. After supplying this
information and checking a box which states you agree to the terms of service your
application process is complete. You are then sent an email with a welcome letter and a
link which will activate your account. You only need to click on this link and enter your
email address and password to activate your account.

As you can see, our opinions aren’t exactly the same but for the
most part they serve the same purpose.

Here’s the full post…

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I wish you success with your blog,
<YOUR NAME>

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While this subject isn’t the hardest to write on, it certainly
is hard to get right when you do. (No pun intended).
Here’s an excerpt from my blog on the same subject…

The process of meeting people on MySpace is extremely easy. MySpace is an online
community which encourages individuals from all over the world to become involved
and create an online profile. Members are able to create a MySpace website which they
can use to provide others with information about them. Members are also encouraged to
view the websites belonging to other members to learn more about other members of the
community.

I’ll make sure to re-visit your blog and post comments from time
to time. I enjoy your commentary and attention to the message.

In the mean time, here’s a link to the full post the above
excerpt came out of…

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More later,
<YOURNAME>

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Thanks for the informative commentary.

You might find my latest blog post of interest if you’re really
into the subject.

Here’s a clip of one of my opinions…

One of the simplest ways MySpace members can generate increased traffic to their
website is to create a website which is both aesthetically appealing and interesting to
others. The aesthetic appeal of a website can greatly influence the amount of repeat
traffic a MySpace website receives. For example members who use garish colors and
fonts which are too small or otherwise difficult to read may not receive repeat traffic even
if the content of their website is very interesting and engaging. This is because other
members may lose interest in the website quickly.

You can read the full post as well as many other related posts
here…

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See you there!
<YOUR NAME>

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You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more
specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

I run a related blog and recently said this in a new post I
published…

MySpace also has an invite feature which enables members to send messages to others to
encourage them to start a MySpace account. Members who have friends or family
members who do not belong to the MySpace community can send them one of these
invitations to encourage them to participate. The invitation can include a link to the
members MySpace website to give the others an idea of what MySpace really is.

Of course, the above is just a portion of a post. You can check
out the full post as well as many others here…

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To your success,
<YOURNAME>

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