I’ve tried them all with great enthusiasm, at least to begin with. First I lost interest in MySpace as I’m probably to old to stay on a site that looks like a complete and utter mess. Lately I’ve also lost interest in Facebook and I know a lot of other people share my opinion.
Main reason is probably the add-ons which makes your page look more and more like your old MySpace page. Secondly your mail box keeps piling up with superwall, funwall, annoyingwall and other crap messages from Facebook. It’s like signing up and volunteer to receive more SPAM.
To back up my statement I had a look at recent growth trends at compete;
Twitter on the other hand is all about creative macro-blogging. It enables you to tell your friends and colleagues where you are and what you do via the web, IM or mobile, basically from anywhere, with 140 characters or less.
I’ve only just started, but I see a future. Join me if you like…
When Jack Dorsey, one of the people behind the Twitter-consept, received an award at the South by Southwest festival a year ago, he held the following speach:
We’d like to thank you in 140 characters or less. And we just did!
I’d like to hear your opinions on this, will Facebook die over the next few years, along with MySpace (MS will probably never let that happen)? And what about twitter, will the success continue?