An expert ridiculed politicians addressing voters through Myspace

    Seventeen Australian politicians who opened their MySpace pages to “get closer to potential voters” were ridiculed by Stephen Collins, an expert in social computing.

    Collins said that an active network audience does not visit MySpace, choosing Facebook as their haven and reading blogs there.

    “I'm more likely to be disappointed than excited,” Collins writes in his diary on acidlabs, of which he is the founder, “not because they joined MySpace, but because they followed bad advice.”

    The Social Evangelist urges politicians to sign up for Facebook - he writes, this is very simple.

    via Social Computing Magazine

    Also popular now: