LinkedIn, Twitter Losing Out to MyLife.com

Everyone knows how big the likes of LinkedIn and Twitter are becoming however a report shows that more people are now registering to MyLife.com, most of which are in the US. MyLife now has 41 million users registered with the majority of them being adults at 35 years of age and based in the US.

MyLife was launched back in January ‘02 and offers the search industry a strong search ability both online and offline, it seems that more and more industries certainly in the US are using this site ahead its competitors. It has one of the largest databases of individuals more than a billion worldwide with around 800,000 subscribers who pay subscription fees.

They are thinking that there will be growth of more than 50% in 2011 as they have re-launched reunion.com where you can find old classmates and QuickMatch which is for all of you single guys n’ gals out there, it’s a dating and singles connecting site. You can read more about the site’s intense growth by clicking here, this will take you to PRNewswire.com where they have put together an informative article on the subject.

So what do you think of MyLife.com, is it any more secure than LinkedIn and Twitter. What are your experiences of using it? Let us know in the comments below.

  • mylife

    hehehe

  • flora

    i have just came down with a virus, I got it of my hubby, i new i shouldnt have kissed him, lol