Who Is Instagram?

Instagram is a free photo and video sharing social media app available on Apple iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. The app allows users to upload photos or videos to their service and share them with their followers or with a select group of friends.

WHO IS Myspace?

Myspace, formerly My Space, is an American social networking service.


Myspace allows its users to discover, share, and connect with culture, creativity, sound, and music. Users get the chance to discover new people, new music, new albums, share, and connect from the world’s largest social networking service.



After creating an account, users are able to access features on the website, such as trending topics, news, music, videos, and people.



Artists can take advantage of Myspace to get better ranks in the industry. For instance, Myspace serves as an inexpensive distribution hub for black musical artists. This easy distribution of music created another avenue with which black music could be spread.

Ease of accessibility to professional visual content. Myspace partnered with news publications National Geographic, the New York Times, and Reuters to provide professional visual content on its social-networking website.



On August 1, 2003, Myspace was founded by Chris DeWolfe, Tom Anderson, and Jon Hart.

In July 2005, Myspace was purchased by News Corporation purchased for $580 million. This was one of the company's first major internet purchases.

In January 2006, Fox announced plans to launch a UK version of Myspace.

In August 2006, Myspace signed a landmark advertising deal with Google.

In October 2006, Myspace was generating $30 million in revenue per month.

In November 2006, Myspace announced a 50-50 joint venture with Softbank to launch Myspace in Japan.

On November 1, 2007, Myspace and Bebo joined the Google-led OpenSocial alliance, which already included Friendster, Hi5, LinkedIn, Plaxo, Ning, and Six Apart.

By late 2007 and into 2008, Myspace was considered the leading social networking site, and consistently beat out the main competitor Facebook in traffic.

On April 19, 2008, Facebook overtook Myspace in the Alexa rankings.

In 2009, Myspace implemented site redesigns as a way to get users back.

In March 2011, market research figures released by ComScore suggested that  Myspace  had lost 10 million users between January and February 2011. The site had also fallen from 95 million to 63 million unique users during the previous twelve months.

In late February 2011, News Corp officially put Myspace up for sale; for an estimated $50–200 million.

On February 11, 2016, it was announced that Myspace and its parent company had been bought by Time Inc.

In May 2016, the data for almost 360 million Myspace accounts was offered on the "Real Deal" dark market website.


To grow your account or to get more friends, ensure to engage more through comments.

Always research popular keywords used by your friends and use them to help them find your profile faster.

Improve your page with a new and currently trending song. It should be on autoplay. Adding music is an expression of yourself or how you are feeling.

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