In today’s time, technology has been one of the best, most brilliant and topmost trends among the generations of the century. With the inventions, innovations, and most especially with the internet, everything seems to be reachable, possible, and easier to do. Just a little typing and clicking in the keyboard and computer mouse and you can now do a lot of stuffs. You can search information for your assignments and do your research for a paper, share with other people knowledge and basically anything under the sun through the internet. With the internet you can also connect with a lot of people, share photos, listen to music, and watch videos of people of different races around the world. With the internet, everything surely is reachable.
One of the most awesome things about the internet is the various social networks in it. With these social networks, virtual socializing with people, connecting with friend and strangers all over the world is not so hard after all. Barriers between countries were dissolved and social networking sites had become a one virtual country in the internet. One of the most popular social networking sites during the year 2006 is the Myspace. The social networking site offers an interactive community where one can connect with his or her friends as well as with new people, one can make his or her personal profiles, make groups, blogs, post photos, music, and videos any when and everywhere he or she is. With Myspace one can also express his or her self without fretting about what will people say about it.
Myspace had started in the year 2003 and has been a hit in the year 2006 when almost or more than fifty four million people had started using and making their own profiles on Myspace. During this year, specifically during the month of February 2006, it is said that more than 180,000 people are registered and are using Myspace every day. With that, there is no doubt it became one of the most visited site in the United States of America. It even became the most popular website in the world.
However, in the year 2008, Myspace had started to decline and had lost several members. It might be because of some new social networking sites and competitors at that time or it might be because of other several reasons. Today, though, with the new Myspace, the management is now trying to reconnect again with the people virtually. With the new features of Myspace, will it be able to capture the hearts of people once again?