MySpace users can now sync posts to Facebook
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- MySpace is now allowing users to sync their posts to Facebook. That means people on Facebook can see their friends' MySpace items without leaving the social site.
MySpace users will also be able to share music, videos, game applications, links and photos across both social networking sites.
Users can already sync their Twitter accounts with the site.
The new changes are part of an overhaul at MySpace, as the social networking site scrambles to offset falling advertising revenue and stagnant user growth.
The social website recently revamped itself to look more like its main competitor, but the new changes signal a shift from competing to coexisting with Facebook and other social networking sites.
MySpace, which is owned by News Corp., is also in the middle of renegotiating a search partnership deal with Google Inc.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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