Is there such a thing as Twitter etiquette? Maybe not officially, but I want to suggest some unofficial ideas for appropriate Twitter behavior. I was very resistant to the whole idea of joining Twitter and thus tweeting my every thought. I observed the phenomenon for awhile before I finally decided to join in on the fun. I have a Myspace account and a Facebook account, so I felt that Twitter would just be one more way to reach out to people (from the comfort of home). I like that you can only use 140 characters to get your thought or point across. It keeps it short and sweet.
Those that were asking the question does Taylor Swift have a Facebook account will probably be impressed by some of the details. According to the page she has nearly 3,000,000 friends on the site. On Myspace she has nearly 2,000,000 friends and the amount of plays for her music are very impressive. Her popular hit song Love Story has been played over 84,000,000 times on the website. I think that fact just goes to show how popular Taylor Swift has become over the years.
Stay logged into your MySpace account: By staying logged in as much as possible because it will keep your photo up near the top of the list and more people will see you.
So, how do you stop follow people on myspace music from playing automatically? Music on your own profile as well as anyone else’s? Actually, it is very simple. Log into your MySpace account as usual, and in the box that has your default picture inside of it, you will see a list of things you can do.
There are a few distinct components to the final blog element. Readers need to myspace account be able to share your site. A few widgets and plugins will make it a lot easier. They are a Facebook Like button, TweetMeMe and Sociable.
Tonight’s headline act, scheduled to appear at 8″00, is Writtenhouse, seen here at MySpace and Facebook. Their hip hop style is sure to get the kids dancing. They are preceded by Panic Years, scheduled to start at 7:00, with their alternative rock sound. I expect toddlers to be dancing in circles to their music.
To be successful at any business is going to require a good amount of time. Success is up to you. Success is also measured by you. Many people think a big house and an exotic car mean you have reached “success” while others measure success by what they can give to others. I prefer to be in the later group. The more you give the richer you will become financially and personally. How great would it feel to have the time to be a big brother or big sister to someone that doesn’t have one? Or spend a lunch helping out at a homeless shelter? You have what it takes to make the decision. It lives inside you, just reach in and find it and put it to use.