by Freddy J. Nager, Founder & Fusion Director, Atomic Tango LLC
MySpace is losing it. And I’m not talking about its members defecting to Facebook.
Last year, the once mighty, world dominating social network that had crushed its predecessor Friendster suddenly found itself splattered on Facebook’s windshield. At first, MySpace responded by copying Facebook features, but copying a competitor is not a long-term success strategy. In fact, it just gives the competition credibility.
So MySpace gave up the fight and is fully rebooting by going after a niche market… keep reading