Unless you’ve lived in a hole on this website, you’ve noticed several of us have jumped on the myspace.com bandwagon.
For those that have lived in a shell and have no clue what it is, myspace is basically a homepage for people. You can create your own page, friends add you and can leave comments etc. If you really want to be creative, you can do a lot of things with the page, which is neat.
Celebs, most notably musicians, seem to have official pages on there as well, as a way to interact with fans — which from a marketing standpoint is super smart, even if someone is doing the work for the celebs.
Anyway, I’ve found something out about myspace.
It’s freakin’ addicting.
Seriously, it’s crazy. I find myself searching for old friends; checking to see if any of the requests I’ve sent have been accepted and anything else. I search the music people looking for good new tunes or go parading around and looking at friend’s pages.
It’s nuts how cool it actually is.
Now I haven’t done a ton with my page. I’ve added a couple of photos and a song and that’s about it. For photos, I use the gallery here. Same with the blog. But, it’s pretty interesting.
I actually wish I had it when I was in college. It would have been pretty killer back then. No worries about the site or anything like that.
I’m just wondering if I’m the only one who is getting addicted to it? I’m not always on it, but when I’m home and online, I’ll have it up in one of the firefox tabs. I can check it when I want or go searching. Maybe it’s just because it’s new to me. But it’s pretty cool.