Imagine that it’s the late 1990s or early 2000s and you’re about to sign on to AOL chat using dial-up or you’re picking out your favorite song on MySpace. Better yet, you’re dabbling in coding to make your page the trendiest and hide your “top 4.”
Then in 2004, “The Facebook” launched and soon surpassed all its social media predecessors by users. Other platforms have since launched, but Facebook continues to be the most used social media site.
TikTok is rapidly growing and Twitter follows behind Facebook’s portfolio of Instagram and WhatsApp. What could replace Facebook the way it replaced MySpace?