myspace is dead?

United States
June 17, 2009 5:08pm CST
Would you guys say that myspace is dying, because everyone i know says myspace sucks and uses facebook now. do you guys still use it?
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12 responses
• United States
5 Jul 09
I use both but yeah the new my space I am not fond of i like making web pages making the backgrounds and adding music
• Denmark
2 Jul 09
I still use MySpace, I also have Facebook and Orkut but I use those same much.
@irishmist (3819)
• United States
28 Jun 09
Most of the people I know like and use myspace. I for one don't care for facebook, and hate the format among other things, and I find it hard to navigate. I have yet to find anyone i know on facebook, not even my kids.
@jt1981 (126)
• United States
25 Jun 09
more of my friends use facebook now, but i still prefer myspace for all of the reasons listed above. to me, myspace is prettier and more user friendly. i don't really get facebook, it seems pretty boring. i've signed up for a facebook profile but i rarely check it and only have one friend on it! i just can't get used to it, and besides i'm addicted to myspace. i still have a lot of friends on myspace who regularly add pics and update their statuses, so i don't think it's dying yet. i just think it's getting less popular.
• United States
25 Jun 09
I definately use Facebook more than myspace. I like the format of facebook better than myspace. There are also some very cool games on Facebook. I just started playing Uno. Very cool.
@spalladino (17922)
• United States
24 Jun 09
I still check my myspace page once in awhile but I've been on facebook more lately. I really wish I hadn't signed up for either one of them though because I have a bunch of family and friends who also use both and someone is always bugging me about something.
• United States
24 Jun 09
I personally use Myspace only, i have a facebook account but for me, image has a lot to do with what appeals me and the layout of facebook just does not appeal to me and so thats why I stick to Myspace and i like it
@usaction (651)
• United States
22 Jun 09
I actually still prefer Myspace to facebook, twitter, or whatever. Myspace is what made the whole social networking thing. Facebook, every profile I've seen has the white background, black text. On myspace, you can customize the look of it. That alone, is what makes it better, to me. I also like how you can customize your blogs (very limited in the Notes). Plus, I'm a huge smiley-oholic, so adding that to comments, blogs, etc, also is a big plus to me.
• United States
17 Jun 09
I use my space... well I never really go on my space. I don't have a face book account I just can get with it. But i hear many friend talk about how facebook is great.
@ravinskye (8242)
• United States
17 Jun 09
I still use myspace but not as much. I mainly just check it daily in case one of my friends has left me a message or to do my applications that I still keep up with occasionally. I have noticed that a lot of people are using it less and those that do still use it are teenagers. In my opinion myspace became too over run with teenagers and bad press so people just went else where.
@Dreajk20 (28)
• United States
17 Jun 09
Im 20 years old and when i was like 16 i made a facebook I never used if for like 3 years.I am still into myspace. Im a myspaceaholic I think it's so much better then facebook because its not just all apps. It's also more neat and you can change your look to your page in a more non myspace looking way. Also myspace has so many more people on it and I like to find friends all around the world.
@maezee (39235)
• United States
17 Jun 09
I'm one of those people you describe. I pretty much follow my friends when it comes to social networking sites (as sad as that sounds.. lol) and a lot of my friends, as they left high school and went on to college, also left myspace and starting using facebook more often. It's definitely grown on me, and now I prefer it over myspace, and it's so much more interesting than myspace. I still have it, but I go on it probably about once a week or less.