MySpace Still Has Your Photos, Uses Them as Bait to Lure You Back
MySpace, once a dominant social networking site, is trying to make a comeback among a large chunk of its user base by sending reminders of embarrassing photos that still exist on the site. The unique marketing strategy is a clever approach to get the attention of its customers. By tagging users’ old photos, the social network gives a link to the respective user's profile. Though it clearly looks like "blackmailing" to get users to log in to their old MySpace accounts, the company insists that it's simply reaching out to its current and past users.