Officially, however, Myspace is far from dead. If you go to myspace.com, you’ll see that it is very much still alive, though it has mostly transitioned away from social networking to become a curated music and entertainment site. As of 2019, the site boasted over 7 million monthly visits.
When did MySpace shut down?
In May 2009, Facebook surpassed Myspace in the number of unique U.S. visitors. Since then, the number of Myspace users has declined steadily despite several redesigns. By 2019, the number of monthly visitors had dropped to 7 million.
|2017 screenshot of the Myspace website|
|Launched||August 1, 2003|
What killed MySpace?
When it sold the site last June, to an advertising network owner called Specific Media, it was for a mere $35 million. In between those two events, another social network went from a few million users to more than 750 million. That network, of course, was Facebook, and, for all practical purposes, it killed MySpace.
Is FB dying?
Although many people are thinking contrary, Facebook is not dying. Facebook is maybe less cool than it was before, but it definitely has its audience. … Over the years, many companies and online stores have attracted their customers via Facebook, so it is hard to imagine that it will soon become a thing of the past.
Can I access my old Myspace account?
Search for myspace.com and then enter your name into their search bar and voila, there’s your old profile. You do not need to know your old password or create a new password to access any “public” accounts. From here, you can search through your old photos, music, videos, “connections”, events and “mixes”.
Can you still log into Myspace?
Follow. Your Myspace profile from the Classic site is still here. Here is a collection of articles about logging in, signing up, and activating your profile.
Is Myspace a safe website?
MySpace is committed to making our community as safe as possible for all of our members. Safety and security are built into every new site feature and we have designed and built features specifically to enhance the security of our online community.