Preview The New MySpace [Video]

By 26-09-2012   Social Media

MySpace has undergone an extensive redesign and you can preview the new MySpace right now in the video below and look out for some exciting new features and social media interaction like never before. Justin Timberlake, part owner of MySpace is betting a lot to turn fortunes on this new design.

New Myspace

See how Justin Timberlake’s MySpace profile looks like now

old MySpace profile

and this is how it will look like in the new MySpace

New MySpace

MySpace has been struggling with declining traffic too, and what does the new design look like – it’s a nice mixture  of great pictures, a very sleek  new interface, and looks like a winner in all aspects. It has a lot of shades of Windows 8 and Pinterest, and as I see it MySpace might really be back and popular. In fact, I heard StumbleUpon is planning a new design which is on similar lines are a lot of visual media exposure.

Preview the new MySpace in the video below

The declining statistics of MySpace users and site visitors is public knowledge, but will this new MySpace avatar bring back the glory for MySpace and get people flocking and talking about it – only time will decide.

MySpace traffic

MySpace and Digg were among the most popular social networking sites a few years back, and the advent of Twitter and Facebook push these sites into the background. In fact school kids and teens desperately wanted to unblock MySpace and was a popular search query during those years. Remember the MySpace secret shows, and how popular the MySpace Toolbar was. Even Digg recently underwent a transition into a one-page popular news page, by allowing people to export Digg archives out of the system.

Right now they are allowing people to sign up for the new MySpace and then e-mail you when it’s ready.

One comment on “Preview The New MySpace [Video]

  1. LocalResults says:

    The new interface looks very cool. It’s visually “slick,” and makes me think of a smartphone GUI. Drag and drop is always good. I like big pictures and “updates as you type.” It’s all cool.

    But…

    I just can’t shake the feeling that it might not be enough to compete with Facebook. It’s one thing if all (or most) of your friends switch, but if they’re just satisfied enough with the way things are? Moving to a new social network is time consuming, especially if you’re “heavily invested.” It can certainly happen – people moved from Myspace to Facebook – but I don’t know if this improvement is so massive that it would precipitate such a shift.

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