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MySpace’s One Million Users: Is More Really Better?

Image from: MySpace The Internet has been a buzz recently with news that MySpace has acquired 1 million users as of December of 2011. Given that they’ve been on the down-swing for past two plus years, one would think this would be an indication that things are turning around. With a new music player in the market, one that includes a Facebook integration, MySpace is clearly moving away from being

Kantar Media Compete Releases Ranking of Top 250 Websites for June 2011

Traffic Heats Up for Online Casual Gaming, Banking and Social Networking Sites BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire – Aug 2, 2011) – Kantar Media Compete today released its ranking of the top 250 websites for June 2011. Among the notable changes in June were lifts in traffic to numerous online casual gaming sites, financial institutions, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, as well as the continued decline of Myspace. Read more…

Compete Ranking of Top 50 Websites for March 2011 Shows Traffic Springing Forward

MySpace.com and Mapquest.com Finally See Some Sunshine; Mevio.com Traffic Explodes BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) – Compete, a Kantar Media company, has released its ranking of the top 50 websites for March 2011. In an unexpected turn of events, MySpace.com, which has been losing traffic consistently for more than a year, experienced a 5 percent uptick in March. Similarly, after four months of falling site traffic, Mapquest.com bounced back nearly 16 percent for the

Compete Ranking of Top 50 Web Sites for February 2011 Reveals Familiar Dip

BOSTON, MA–(Marketwire) – Compete, a Kantar Media company, today released its ranking of the top 50 web sites for February 2011. As expected, the number of site visits declined across Compete’s top 250 sites for February, the shortest month of the year. Among the top 20 sites, which are ranked based on unique visitors (UVs), however, there were three notable exceptions: Facebook.com (+0.26 percent), YouTube.com (+2.20 percent) and Bing.com (+2 percent).

Apple, Lala, and the Growth of Streaming Content

A couple months ago, my mp3 player developed an unhealthy obsession with Journey’s "Don’t Stop Believing". It would turn on, regardless of the time of day or night, and play "Don’t Stop Believing" on repeat until I was able to hit it a few times and stifle its cry for attention. With the promise of a $150 price tag for repair from tech support, I decided to rough it and