Is your MySpace music page the best MySpace music page you can have? Although the music industry is less formal than some other businesses, that doesn't mean you can completely throw the professional approach out the window. Musicians might have some more flexibility when it comes to creating a MySpace music page, but if you're promoting a music related business on MySpace, anything less than professional is just selling you short. Make sure your page inspires confidence and highlights your abilities by considering the following:
Are you typing lIkE tHiS? Stop it, now. Really.
Does your main profile photo show you in in a state of compromised sobriety or dress? Sober up, get dressed, ditch the lip pout/provocative stance and get a photo that says you realize that knowing the difference between party time and work time is at the very crux of being successful in the music industry.
Slang and bad language should be used sparingly, if at all. Remember, this page gives people a first impression of you - do you come out of the gate f'ing and blinding in real life?
If you want to you want to talk about how you "luv haterz" and things like that, it's best to keep that to a personal page rather than the page you use for business purposes. Consider having two separate pages.
Does your page explain what services your business offers and does it detail past successes? It should.
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