myspace.com decribes itself as "a place for friends". All kinds of friendships are being built if you look at some of myspace.com stats.
- largest online social networking portal on the web
- 61 plus million registered users with 21 plus million unique visitors (media metrix)
- for page views it is the second largest destination on the web
- 50.2% male, 49.8% female
- primary age demo is 16-34
- site attracts 220,000 new registrants daily
Wow. With statistics like that you have to ask yourself what kind of friends can I make on myspace?
Well if you are only down with hangin' with the cool cats, myspace.com makes it easy for you. One stop peer shopping. Just visit the myspace.com homepage where they showcase a fresh crop of "Cool New People". You can get the hook up to gangsta G$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ who defines himself as a “pimp so what are you”. Finally a place where I can meet people that not only share who they are but want to know more about me.
Not really into an A-list type crowd or maybe you just want to kick it old school. No worries. Just do a search for your current role model – like Kevin Federline. For real, yo. K-Fed lets you drop a listen to his new single Americas Most Hated. Track highlights include “lyrical exercise workin’ every muscle” and “the most anticipated but most under rated, Kevin Federline Americas Most Hated.” Nope – that isn’t a typo in the spelling of Americas.
I can't help but think that myspace.com is today's version of Geocities and Angelfire after a solid year of doing Texas sized doses of meth. But I'll think about all this later - I need to figure out some new moves to bust out for K-Fed's track. Yo. Laters.