I sincerely wish I had more time to write about this little phenomenon about backroom strategies used by the biggest companies in the country to spoil each others’ efforts unfairly. However, I’ve become SOOO busy with requests to look at websites to increase their rankings on Google (yes, can I repeat Google?) and other search engines because there’s never been a bigger need for SEO in history, it seems. Continue reading “Facebook getting it's dogs out to sick Google” »
Well, that was the thought that went through my head initially when I got this spammy looking email from MySpace titled “Myspace + Facebook = Mashup.”
It said: “It’s true, the new Myspace and Facebook are friends. And now, the new Myspace comes with Facebook Mashup!” Yah right, Murdoch wants to be friends with Zuckerberg. Can someone validate if Murdoch is on Zuckerberg’s friends list in FB?
Even if this was true that they combined forces, what would the new Mashup be named: My what? (since I have no freakin clue what the symbol on their site means) MyFacebook.com? MySpaceBook.com? (go to the nearest domain registrar and buy these domains RIGHT NOW!)
I couldn’t imagine the two large social networks partnering up since Facebook basically took all MySpace’s social traffic away along with most of the “friends” networks out there (can I say deadster.com, I mean Friendster.com?). It’s been reported that from a recent PC World article talking about the new Mashup that MySpace has lost half of it’s total website traffic since the middle part of 2009. Looks like MySpace.com is now 40th in the world according to Alexa’s index with Facebook trailing only Google as the #1 site in the World. No need to even mention Friendster, but I’ll add them to a little graph below showing the incredible change in social website traffic flow over the past year.
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