It is hard to underestimate the impact that social networking has had upon the music industry. The entire market is being reinvented with the demise of traditional record companies, and the ascendancy of direct band-to-fan marketing. While a successful marketing campaign would use multiple outlets, it seems clear that the most important social media site at this time is Facebook. With over 350 Million active users, and a six month growth of 70% in the first half of 2009, Facebook is destined to be the dominant social media site for some time.

Change your headline. Your headline will automatically default to your current title. If you’re looking for a job, your headline should refer to the job you want, not the job you have! For instance, Strategic Marketing Executive rather than Marketing Manager at ABC Company. This is your chance to really brand yourself and present yourself as an expert in your field! Changing your headline is simple. Go to Edit get inspired within your profile menu, then select the Edit option next to your name. Your professional headline appears below your name.

Every profile starts to look and sound the same. They all blur into each other. I read. I click to the next. I read. I click to the next. If there is nothing in the very first line that grabs me, I click DELETE and go to the next.

Now comes the relationship building process that is the most fun. Once you have a MySpace profile set up that portrays YOU and your value and NOT your company then you will begin to attract friends. Now comes the fun part.. building friendships, growing your network, and making money.

In conclusion then, this whole online profile issue can raise doubts and questions when it comes to online dating, especially when you are early in the process with someone you like. You swap real email addresses first, then phone numbers, then maybe, just maybe, your Facebook pages.

Some singles try to be chameleons…they will be whom ever the next Single wants them to be! They are simply playing a “role”. The sad part is, the other singles didn’t know it was a game! They honestly thought they were building a relationship!

Always, always include a photo. Studies show that 95% of people on dating sites only search for people that have uploaded a photo. You will probably get passed by for someone who has a photo. It’s just natural instinct to want to know what people look like.

To have success on a dating site and have your profile stand out, it is important to interact with as many people as possible. According to popular dating sites, it is important to send as many as 25 personal messages a day to find success. As you connect with other people, fine-tune your profile so that it reflects both the kind of person you are and the kind of person you are trying to connect with. Remember that you’ll have to wade through a large amount of rejections, on both sides, before you make a good match. Persevere and keep updating your online profile and you’ll find success.