It was only a matter of time, but the ship has sailed. Maybe all the Murdoch media pushed it over the edge, but regardless, MySpace is old news. Well, maybe...

It was only a matter of time, but the ship has sailed.  Maybe all the Murdoch media pushed it over the edge, but regardless, MySpace is old news.  Well, maybe not old news, but it’s certainly lost its edge.  When you receive more friend requests from companies and bands you’ve never heard of than actual friends, you know its over.   

Anyone and everyone looking to capture the youth demographic have put together a MySpace profile, and yes, PSFK is officially on the bandwagon too.   However, there is a fine line between companies who are exploiting the “friendships" of MySpace and those  who are engaging in a dialog with their audience and offering some type of reciprocation for their consumers loyalty – be it information or entertainment.

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