Social networking site “MySpace,” which was initially founded in 2003 proved to very popular and profitable around 2006. But unfortunately competitor Facebook came along and enticed users to log on with them. But is MySpace now going to be offering something else to it’s subscribers? Judging by today’s news, the answer is yes!
A report from Mashable has indicated that top American music group “The Black Eyed Peas,” will be one of the first to take part in the site’s new project “Hijacks,” which will not only give fans of celebrities the chance to find out more about them as individuals, but their music, products and never seen before content. The inclusion from Hijacks will offer non users to the site access to various content but not to the extent that a member benefits. To receive limited edition items for instance, such as the “Black Eyed Peas Badge,” you will need an actual MySpace membership.
The next celebrity to take up Hijacks will be School of Rock “Jack Black,” and according to mediabistro.com, you can enjoy his content from December 15 for three days.
Will you be checking out Hijacks? If not a member to MySpace, would this news now tempt you into joining? Let us know. To find out more log onto Mashable.
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