What Can Twitter’s Struggles Teach You About Building A Successful Social Network?

Remember MySpace? It used to be the king of social media, the platform that other social media platforms wanted to be. When Rupert Murdoch bought it for $580 million in 2005, people thought he was crazy. When it reached 300 million members and was valued at $12 billion a couple of years later, it looked like he’d made a fantastic deal. And when News Corp accepted just $35 million for it in 2011, Murdoch’s critics had the last laugh. Read more