Myspace Relaunch Delayed for Another Month

September 20, 2011, By Alex Ion

Sometimes things just won’t go right no matter how much passion you put into making them work. Looks like the same is happening with Myspace.

The website which planned to relaunch as a music-focused social network this summer, is now announcing another delay.

The new owners, Justin Timberlake and Specific Media LLC — who bought it from former owner News Corp for $35 million last June, still see value in its veins. But they may be the only ones. Things aren’t pink.

According to comScore’s numbers, last month Myspace got 44-percent less visitors compared to last year, attracting only 33 million people to the website.

So what’s the new plan and why wasn’t the new Myspace announced yet? Apparently the plan is to have all eyes glued on the revamped website during Madison Avenue’s “Advertising Week” conference in New York next month.

And Justin will be there to throw in a concert to grab some attention.

That may be the way to go, yeah, but when we have Facebook and Twitter for all our needs, why would we stay on Myspace unless we have an amazing voice or great skills to create brilliant vibes?

Guess you’ll be the ones to answer these questions, but first we need to see how social Timberlake can get. Right?

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