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The New Myspace

June 28, 2013 by Brad Friedman

Myspace understands their history isn’t exactly going to make their relaunch easy, but they’ve made significant improvements to their website hoping it will yield new users and get rid of their negative reputation. From the reviews I’ve read thus far, it seems Myspace is on its way to being a success.[read more]

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Social Media Morning Report

January 15, 2013 by Adam Chapman

The new MySpace is open, CEOs are stepping up their social game, Janrain raises $33mm, and more.[read more]

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Don’t Judge Me. I Want A Myspace Account.

December 7, 2012 by Henry Spethmann
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Desperation via Shutterstock

To start, I wasn’t even on the original Myspace. When people talk about Friendster I look at them weirdly because I hadn’t even heard of Friendster before I started working in social media. I joined Facebook right after they opened it up to high schoolers in late 2006 and I’ve been a loyal (if somewhat reluctant) user ever since. And don...[read more]

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The New MySpace: Shawn Busteed Shares Some Details

October 16, 2012 by Sharn Kandola

Shawn Busteed, (VP Technology and Programming at TBA Global) says that the new MySpace is heading back to the professional content creation supported by those in the music industry that first made MySpace so popular.[read more]

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The Dino/saur of Social Media: The New Myspace Rears Its Head

October 3, 2012 by Brandy Martin

MySpace once had more daily visit then Google. They dominated the social space like a T-Rex, but soon feel off into near extinction. Now they have revamped and are ready to make a comeback.[read more]

(New) MySpace set to launch in 3, 2, 1...

October 1, 2012 by Daniel Stepanic
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A bit of humility goes a long way. Instead of asking users to open and build out YET ANOTHER social media profile and presence, MySpace lets prospect users “login via Facebook or Twitter” (Or so it seems in the video). Unlike Google+, MySpace isn’t interested in dethroning other platforms.[read more]

 
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