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One of the key components of being a music-based social network is that you can create an online presence showcasing your musical tastes.

Open your "Settings" dropdown menu located at the top of your Turntable screen.

Then click "Edit Profile." Here you can register your social media accounts, such as Facebook and Twitter, as well as link to one other site that you have a presence on, such as Soundcloud or Bandcamp.

There is also room here to enter in your favorite artists and where you typically hang out, music-genre-wise, on Turntable.

Make sure to click "Save Changes" when you're done adding all of your information.

Under your Settings dropdown menu you can also change your avatar, or your cartoon presence on the site.

To change your avatar, click "Change avatar" from Settings.

The number of avatars you can choose from will depend on the amount of points you've earned.

You earn points when someone likes the song you are playing and clicks Awesome.

Conversely, you earn no points for listeners who think your music is Lame.

Once you have found the avatar you would like to use, click on the desired avatar and close the screen.

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