MySpace Growth Slips; Facebook Rockets

July 2008
Red Herring;7/23/2008, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the performance of online social networking sites in the U.S., based on market share. Facebook has picked up 40 percent growth in the social-networking category tracked by Hitwise. Number one social network MySpace declined by 6 percent in June 2008. Behind Facebook came number 3 MyYearbook, with 1.54 percent.


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