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MySpace is Making a Comeback

I know it might sound like the very early 2000s (I promise it’s not) but MySpace is trying to make a comeback in the social media market. While this is not the first reboot, it does look to be a more promising attempt than past efforts to rebrand the once relevant social media platform. The new site, which can be previewed already, does have a sleeker look, and is being rebranded as more of a hangout for creative types. The question is will it work?
MySpace had a strong following around a decade or so ago, but in the recent years has suffered a huge loss in membership activity. Due to the rising success of Facebook (which has ironically become a lot like MySpace, flaws and all) MySpace suffered at the hand of other social media platforms. It couldn't directly compete with Facebook’s popularity, yet offered nothing unique that users could gather around like Twitter, Instagram, or any other newer social platform. With that said, is a facelift the only thing this plagued brand needs?

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American Express cardholders and Twitter cooperation

Social networks develop at a rapid speed due to fast growth of computer services and Internet technologies. These innovative systems were a real revolution in 20-th century. Appearing not so long ago they have entered life routine and greatly changed it. No one now imagines life without even spending a few minutes in search of different sites.
Social network that comprises a lot of users and is regarded one of popular ones among ten major social networks is Twitter. Each day new Twitter followers are added due to carefully designed future development scheme.
A new program that was launched between American Express cardholders and Twitter attracted many Twitter followers. This program has a marketing content and is directed to establish tight relationships between customers and retailers.
During time saving methods undergo different changes. Over the recent five years more people look for online savings. According to new partnership between Twitter and AMEX many cardholders can use Twitt…