MySpace is for everyone:
* Friends who want to talk Online
* Single people who want to meet other Singles
* Matchmakers who want to connect their friends with other friends
* Families who want to keep in touch--map your Family Tree
* Business people and co-workers interested in networking
* Classmates and study partners
* Anyone looking for long lost friends!
We are a new site, developing new features as fast as we can. If you have suggestions or comments, please mail them to: contact
How Do I Use MySpace?
1. First, Sign Up and Create a Profile
(Your Profile is Your Space on the Web, where you can describe yourself, hobbies and interests. You can even upload pics and write journals.)
2. Second, Invite your Friends to join Your Personal Network.
OR, Search the site for your Friends who are already Members of Myspace.
3. Third, View the Connections you Create between Your Friend and Their Friends. Some people have 1,000s of people in their extended network!
4. Meet your Friend's Friends and Suggest Matches! You can communicate with anyone in your Personal Network.
Myspace was purchased by News Corporation in July 2005, for a price of $580 million.
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