How to Make Myspace Relevant Again [Comic]

When users visit Myspace, they can choose between the classic version or the new version. The once-great social network has continuously reinvented itself to draw users back. Now it’s trying to court music lovers, with no success. If they had any option to choose from, owners Justin Timberlake and Specific Media would probably opt to go back to 2005. Remember 2005? When Drop it Like It’s Hot topped the charts and Myspace was sold for $580 million? Ah the good old days, everything was so simple back then. Now it’s barely worth the 2011 selling price of  $35 million. Which option would you select? Let us know below!


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