How it all started

If you’re a millennial, you probably had a Myspace account and now who Tom is.
Before Facebook’s huge break through, there were many other social media sites that were once very popular, although not nearly as popular as Facebook. Websites like Myspace or Hi5 were widely popular in the United States and various parts of the world. Now, although still existing, they’re aren’t as known as they used to be. Myspace for example, isn’t what it used to be at all. You can no longer find your personalized, super blinged-out profile, with your top 8 friends, and all the profile attributes it once had. Hi5 from what I remember, only lasted a couple years and soon people moved on to newer, better things.

It’s kind of eye opening. How competitive and extremely time-consuming it is to keep up with social media demand in order to keep people coming. It takes creativity, dedication, drive, and a lot of patience to maintain a successful social media platform. Also, it requires  a lot of hard working, motivated, and ingenious  people who can work together as a team to come up with the best ideas and features in order to create a unique, fun experience.