February 13, 2012
Lady Gaga’s New Social Network Launches
Lady Gaga knows Social, being the first person on our fair planet to reach 18 million Twitter followers. This is absolutely dwarfed by the over 47 million people who’ve “Liked” her official Facebook Fan Page. Let’s not even get into how many un-official Lady Gaga fan pages there are out there…
With a combined social community larger than the nation of France, why should the Monster Mom simply hand over her content and social data from fan interaction to those other networks? With well over a billion YouTube views, she’s a social media entertainment industry unto herself.
With that in mind, and with a desire for a more personalized interactive fan experience, Lady Gaga has launched her own long-awaited social network, called LittleMonsters.
An exclusive network, you can only get in by invite only. So get your paws up, visit LittleMonsters and give up your email address, then wait for the bouncers at the front door to open the chain for you.
What’s it like in Lady Gaga’s new site? CNN and Mashable have stated that it looks something like increasingly popular social interest-sharing site Pinterest, with those going Gaga sharing images and commentary with their friends, while voting for image popularity. Of course, that’s a pretty easy assumption to have, given the fuzzed out background behind the invitation box.
With LittleMonsters, Lady Gaga’s music machine can make its own advertising deals, fence in exclusive content, and even perhaps hold concerts online for her multitudes. At the least, she can control her online message, while providing a safe place for her Little Monsters to hang out and enjoy each other’s company.
These are heady days, indeed. Rawr!
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