Back in 2006, I discovered some new platform called YouTube. You see, at that time people were totally focused on this other website called MySpace. Yeah, MySpace. MySpace was a place I could go and start marketing the heck out of my website using anything from smart to spammy ways, which I’m not proud of. Once this [...]Show More Summary
Remember MySpace? No? You are not the only one: apparently nobody else does (even though it did sell for a token price to a greater fool). What about Friendster? Also no? Hardly surprising either. Of course, both of these social networks...Show More Summary
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Remember when your Myspace name was "You! At The Disco"?
Remember back in the day when things were… simpler? I sure do. It was ca. 2005. McDonald’s served Big Macs instead of oatmeal bowls and frappe coffee drinks. Social networking consisted of trolling through that MySpace bulletin board thing they had. Show More Summary
The former social media giant is seeing explosive growth; now its two biggest hurdles are Facebook and its own reputation
"H2" is turning into the most hotly anticipated horror offering of 2009, what with the endless stream of news nuggets emerging (for the most part) from Rob Zombie's MySpace page. Here's the latest on what's hit news pages across theShow More Summary
You have to love how they are doling out casting news day by day for "H2." Malcolm McDowell has officially been confirmed as returning as Dr. Loomis. According to Rob Zombie's MySpace page: "Rumors have it that Malcolm will not be returning as Dr. Loomis. Well, as usual the rumors are wrong. Malcolm McDowell will be back and ready to deal with big Mike.".
Via his Myspace blog, Rob Zombie has announced that Chris Hardwick of "House of 1,000 Corpses" has joined the cast of 'H2,' sequel to his "Halloween" remake. Hardwick is set to play "David Newman host a of a local radio talk show called...Show More Summary
This coming Saturday, May 10, the living dead will descend upon Nashville to terrorize and amuse the city. And this is your chance to join them. Isn’t it great how the undead keep a schedule? They even have a MySpace page. This will be the second annual Zombie Walk in Nashville, following the inaugural walk […]
Over at Forbes, Eric Jackson has a great and very PandoMonthly-like interview with Ross Levinsohn, the architect behind Fox’s MySpace purchase and once-great-hope to lead Yahoo before Marissa Mayer was hired and Levinsohn unceremoniously left. Show More Summary
Summary: This wonderful social media world started off with MySpace, then got taken over by Facebook. Adding to that, we came up with Twitter, Instagram, Vine, oh my! Now Snapchat has grasped our attention and we are adding on to our social media arsenal each and every day. What is next?
I first encountered autoplay as a teenager on Myspace, and I hated it. Id visit someones page only to be immediately assaulted by whatever music they liked without warning. I figured we were past this aggravating aspect of web design a decade later, but I was wrongautoplay video is taking over. Show More Summary
Will Viant be able to leverage Myspace's registration data to pave the road for a new digital marketing dimension? How much will Google benefit from this? The post Viant, Google, Myspace, and the Future of Advertising by @cynthialive appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable that the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary
LinkedIn and Myspace were born in 2003. In 2004 came Facebook; followed by Twitter (2006), Pinterest (2010), Instagram (2010) and G+ (2011). Fifteen years ago it was inconceivable the majority of people around the globe would be engaged in one, if not all, of these social media platforms. Show More Summary
I love my friends, and like most people, I have a handful who live in my real-life MySpace top 8 – my very best friends.
Long before Facebook and Twitter, well before even Friendster and MySpace, before the first dotcom bubble burst, in the eons before Google was a glint in anyone’s eye, there was the first web. In comparison to everything that’s come after it, you could call it Web 1.0 or perhaps even just “the dark ages.” But for anyone born before, say, … [More]
Think back to your Internet habits a few years ago (hello, MySpace). Does everything seem different now? That's probably because it is See also: 14 Hidden Tricks and Tools in iOS 8 A decade ago, the Internet was a completely different placeFacebook had just made its debut and our precious Twitter was about to be born. Show More Summary
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