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I wrote about this a long time ago.
"My Users Are Not Your Salesforce!" that's what Myspace is telling Photobucket all the widget makers.
You want in, you pay. Don't steal my pageviews, that's my business.
April 11, 2007 | Permalink
I totally disagree man. MySpace is a terrible social network compared to say facebook, and even bebo has better natural functionality. MySpace is buggy and slow and it's been outpaced.
Myspace is customisable- the addition of stuff from ppl you say are "feeding" off myspace is what gives myspace its value, that and its mass- everyone else is there. But tbh without customisability myspace would not be able to hold its userbase against the other (more featureful) social networks like facebook.
Myspace are shooting themselves in the foot. Until they can offer better features they're not doing their users (and thus themselves) any favours with this.
April 11, 2007 at 09:13 AM
The site is up and down all day. they should work on that first. Face book is much better.
Our software automates myspace for marketing purposes for bars, bands and just people who want to add friends. Our software automates Myspace emails and adds friends.
April 20, 2007 at 11:34 AM
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