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Ways Of Getting MySpace Friends
by: Zinn Jeremiah

Certainly not everyone would agree with this perspective, but it could be said that MySpace is a bit of a game, and the object is to gather as many MySpace contacts as possible. There's nothing within the MySpace rules of use that requires one to have a certain number of contacts, or any contacts at all for that matter, but most people do take the effort to gather contacts as they're able. On the MySpace site, these contacts are known as friends.

The method for making friends on MySpace is no more complex than adding someone to a personal list, known as a friends list. Once a person is on one's friends list, that person can be contacted in various ways. There are MySpace members who periodically send an announcement to all of the people on their list of MySpace friends. People do use this strategy to advertise, as one might expect. Imagine having a list of several hundred thousand people that you can relay information to with one simple action. The potential behind this type of capability is obvious but should be managed with a gentle touch. People on MySpace don't like being inundated with advertisements anymore than people outside of MySpace do, and sending lots of ads to one's friends list will quickly lead to people blocking future messages or removing an intrusive someone from their friends list entirely.

Adding contacts on MySpace isn't difficult at all, but finding contacts to begin with can prove to be a burden. Considering the fact that there are millions and millions of MySpace users, it can be a real chore to find people interested in establishing a connection. There are people on MySpace for instance who will reject requests to be added to one's friends list. Rejection on MySpace, like in the real world, does occur. One doesn't necessarily want to spend a lot of time and effort then querying people about becoming contacts not being sure of whether that query will be productive or not.

There are methods for automatically querying people for a contact relationship on MySpace, typically through script programs of some type. These scripts, frequently referred to as trains, will automatically send requests for being added to a friends list on a user's behalf. It's just about a certainty that people on MySpace who've acquired multiple thousands of friends have done so with the aid of an automated script, unless they're a celebrity of some kind and people seek them out for friendships. While these automatic friend scripts are a convenience, some MySpace users frown on an automated approach to being queried for a contact relationship, and will decline them if and when they should come.

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