The social networking site is reportedly trying out a new approach to increase its market standing.
Australia (WiredPRNews.com) – Social media site MySpace is seeking to improve its market standing by playing nice with the competition. As reported by the Courier Mail, the site is expected to incorporate new features that allow uses to make updates and share content across rival sites like Facebook and Twitter.
As noted in the report, one new service, Sync, allows users to make updates by linking their accounts for MySpace and Twitter. Mike Jones, MySpace co-president, is quoted in the report as stating to news.com.au of the changes, “In general we find that sharing between MySpace, Facebook and Twitter happens a lot… We see Twitter and Facebook as ways for people to broadcast what they find inside MySpace externally, and typically they’re huge traffic referrers for us so they send traffic back to MySpace through people using those tools.”
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