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Adding Music Adds Flair To Your Myspace Profile
Have you ever visited a MySpace profile where a cool song is playing, and wondered how to do the same with your MySpace profile? The next articles will discuss and also instruct you on how to simply add music to your MySpace profile.
You have to be logged into your MySpace account when you are adding music to your MySpace profile. If you forget this, you can only listen and view the artist profiles but cannot add songs to your profile. Therefore, the first thing to remember in adding music to you MySpace profile is to make sure that are really logged on to your account.
Once you’re in, you should look for the link marked with “Music”. It is positioned at the top of the profile page of your home page. It’s between the “Videos” and “Comedy” link. Click this link to add music on your MySpace account.
After clicking the “Music” link, you will go to a page which allows you to look for a particular band or artist. The page has broad features that will allow you to search by:
• band names
It has an “Advanced” search option, but you can also do it in a simple way using keyword terms.
After you completed your search, this will produced a list of bands and artist in MySpace profile that matches your criteria. From here, you can rapidly find the band or artist of your choice. Click your chosen link to view their MySpace profile.
When your preferred profile loads, a will notice a list of artist’s selected songs. You will have an option to:
• listening to the songs
Click the “Add” button next to the song you wish to add to your MySpace profile. A confirmation will be requested then you need to click “Add Son To Profile” if you desire to add to your profile.
You’re done! There will be music in the background every time you or anybody visits your profile.
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