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Yes, but a lot of that traffic has been people visiting the site to find out what has happened to their old content which Myspace deleted overnight during its facelift.

D Lynch

I enjoyed the old my space so much, until they kept changing things. In the name of updating and progress they messed it up so bad that I just finally said a few choice words and did away with all the work I had put into my profile, music, photos and all.


Hey the link to Compete's data is broken. I think you accidentally added a space before the url in the anchor tag :)

Shayne o

Yeah they pretty much deleted all my bands content, fans and everything. All gone. No biggie, the old myspace was so gamed re fan-counts, that the industry just stopped paying attention to it, so its not relevant anymore.

Surprised it gets more unique visitors than twitter though.

Margus Waffa

Offline now ? Just when we need..

Evan Rivera

I heard they are changing it back. Reply to evanrivera26@aol.com


Most of the relevant content that people want is available, just not right in front of them when they sign in, because the site is now cleaned up from all of that clutter. In the help section, it's explained where how to get this content.


I'm not surprised at all, seeing that Myspace is trying their hardest to build the site back up and people are coming but not returning. This is why there are so many unique visitors.

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