Sends Tom from Myspace a message to see what he's been up to.
Many individuals treat social media outlets as a personal diary, venting frustrations and sharing all but the most embarrassing moments. Yet sometimes people abuse social media to start personal wars, some of which can turn deadly. In my personal experience, I’ve seen friendships shattered … Continue reading ?
Social networks have come and gone. While some, like GeoCities, are closed down entirely, others like MySpace and Bebo fade into obscurity. However, according to The Wall Street Journal, MySpace might not be dead after all, and the social...Show More Summary
A Love Letter to MySpace
Eight years ago I began my career as a social media marketer. To give this time frame some context, the year was 2007. Myspace was king, as was Digg, both of which are totally obscure today. Facebook was on the rise, Twitter was virtually...Show More Summary
If this were a Trivial Pursuit question, many people would fail to earn a pie. Do you know how many folks still check into MySpace each month? The answer: 50 million people. Yep, we were floored, too. “Would you be surprised that MySpace users generated over 300 million video views in November, good enough for […]
Tech marketing company Viant has launched an Advertising Cloud that gives advertisers access to a suite of advertising applications. The Viant Advertising Cloud has three core components:
What if MySpace was more than a vault for Throwback Thursdays? With new stats showing user traffic up a surprising 575% from this time last year, MySpace is causing a bit of a buzz amongst social media connoisseurs. Generating over 300...Show More Summary
Today the question heard around the (tech) world: MySpace is still a thing? The Wall Street Journal reported that MySpace's user numbers are actually growing, years after it became the overlooked stepsister of…
You may think of Myspace with fond memories, a thing of the past — an example, perhaps, of the early stages of social media. But the site isn't as dead as you think. In fact, it's still bringing in 50.6 million unique visitors everyShow More Summary
MySpace still gets 50 million monthly active users
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Samsung wants BlackBerry, Google reveals Project Ara, Facebook restricts violence, Lightroom Mobile on Android, MySpace isn’t dead, and why you should never rely on your smartphone alarm. All Your BlackBerry Belong To Samsung What if...Show More Summary
Myspace — the social network that seemingly died in 2011 — is having a weird renaissance: 50 million people now visit the music-heavy social network each month. In November 2014 the website had a surge of 575% compared to the year before, the Wall Street Journal writes. Show More Summary
Former social network turned social music sharing service MySpace appears to be lazarus rising in 2015 with news that traffic to the site is booming. According to the Wall Street Journal Myspace traffic hit 50.6 million unique viewers in November … Continue reading ?
Hint: They've come for a throwback
"We're the bold company," CEO Tim Vanderhook said, "the one who acquired MySpace when no one else would." Now, he added, "we are going to dominate the ad industry by being the first to market with the advertising cloud" so that, for instance, an ad viewing can be tracked to an in-store sale.