Vancouver, B.C Canada (PRWEB) September 25, 2006
According to the stats as of March of this year, there are 220,000 new MySpace accounts registered and it is the largest online social networking portal on the web. MySpace has well over 94 million users online and is the second largest destination on the web, by page views. It is also apparent, after just going to the main index page, that setting up a user account may not be as easy as it looks.
Larry J Clark has just produced a website http://www.myspace-tutorial.com that helps a user walk-through setting up a new MySpace account and includes tips on how to modify your webpage. According to Clark, an online business marketer, the first impression of MySpace was a little overwhelming. "I saw my daughter on MySpace and looked at her personal page, and thought that that can't be all that hard to open an account...I soon found out otherwise." Without finding any real help from the MySpace site itself, Clark decided there needed to be a resource online that young and old can understand and assist with a 'step by step' tutorial to setting up an account.
The MySpace Tutorial site introduces the visitor to what is MySpace and utilizes a range of graphics to explain the process. Topics include setting up and editing your profile, the MySpace email system, networking, adding friends, profile songs, as well as page layouts and great tips on modifying fonts and views. After visiting the site, there is no reason why the average viewer could not have their new MySpace profile up and running in not time.
There is also a commitment at http://www.myspace-tutorial.com to keep the site updated with new material and guidance. With the daily changes online and the popularity of MySpace, there will always be trends and suggestions from the users that will no doubt transition the site in the future.
There really is no end in site for the popularity and social 'buzz' being generated by the MySpace community. No doubt the business community will take serious notice of this soon as well. Now that there are websites dedicated to assisting more viewers with resources to open an account, it will be interesting to see how far the phenomenon known as "MySpace" with continue.