MySpace isn't just for teens anymore, or at least that's what comScore Media Metrix claims in a recent study. In fact, the results show that 51.6 percent of U.S.-based visitors on MySpace in August of 2006 were 35 or older. Check out the news story: "MySpace drawing 'older' visitors, study finds."
According to the article, "The percentage of total visitors to MySpace aged 12 to 17 dropped from nearly 25 percent last year to about 12 percent in August. The percentage aged 18 to 24 has decreased only slightly, from 19.6 percent last year to just more than 18 percent this year."
It's confession time... do you have a profile on MySpace?
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