Sunday, October 7, 2012

Can Justin Timberlake Make Myspace Sexy....Again?

With sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest dominating the social media world, it leaves us wondering -- whatever happened to MySpace

Let us not forget that it was this site that led the way for other sites like Facebook, but has the door been shut on MySpace forever? Despite its decreasing popularity, we may not have seen the last of this once-upon-a-time social media king. At least not if Justin Timberlake has anything to say about it. 

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In the words of Tim Martell; "Sexy isn't the only thing that Justin Timberlake is bringing back." You are probably wondering what Justin Timberlake has to do with MySpace, and what about Tom!?

Timberlake has teamed up with the Specific Media Group, purchasing the social network for about $35 million dollars. The team is currently working on a brand new, innovative MySpace site

Don't mistake this for the old "behind the times" MySpace page, you won't be seeing Tom anywhere on your friend list. This MySpace has been designed to be much more visual, similar  to something you would see on Pinterest- but even more hip, and even more sexy.

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They plan on competing with sites like Facebook and Twitter with a pretty genius registration system. The plan is that users can register on MySpace using their accounts from other social networks. This is an exceptional strategy for two reasons, first it lets users "test the waters", making people more willing to try it out, second, the account information they have provided the other social networking site with automatically be loaded on their MySpace page -- making the transition painless and easy

Whether this site will be a hit or a flop remains to be seen, but it is certainly making things more interesting in the social media world! 

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