The all-new Myspace plans to make money by selling ads -- but for now, officials are keeping the site ad-free. That's part of a new approach intended to ensure that only well-designed, high-quality ads appear, and to avoid the ugly and irrelevant display ads that tainted the social network's previous iteration, the network says. "You'll never (ever) see the same old blinking banner ads that plagued the classic Myspace site," promises spokeswoman Neda Azarfar.
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