|  April 28 2011  |   Blog   |   0 COMMENTS

Well, despite still being popular in Southeast Asia, the social network pioneer has waved the white flag to Facebook and announced that it will be evolving into a social gaming destination.

As of May 31, Friendster will delete users’ profiles and start from scratch. It is, however, offering an exporter tool for those that would like to download and preserve their photos, messages, etc.; the data can even be posted to third-party sites like Flickr.

Like many others, I signed up for the social network in 2002 but didn’t use it much after that. There’s an interesting read on PCMag.com about Friendster’s demise–we’ll see how the next generation of the site makes out.


In The Evolution of PR, Content Marketing and Blogging, we cover:

- The ongoing changes in the world of PR
- The principles of content marketing for tech companies
- Important blogging strategies
- How to use press releases for more than just brand-building



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