MySpace increases its lead as most popular community site

McCormick, Andrew
August 2006
New Media Age;8/3/2006, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the popularity of MySpace as a social network Web site in Great Britain. There was an increase in downstream visits from MySpace to Bebo when the former was offline due to a power outage. Just over a fifth of Web users said they are aware of MySpace, compared to over two-thirds being aware of Friends Reunited.


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