With the exception of Facebook, no website has gathered widespread popularity quite like MySpace. There are so many different features that this social networking site has that makes it appealing to so many users. Members can post bulletins on MySpace, watch TV, find important news items, and even use MySpace Karaoke. Just like with Facebook,
MySpace has been an important tool for candidates of the 2008 presidential campaign, as voters have been able to learn about these politicians through photos, blogs, videos, and other methods of campaigning. Other forms of political advocacy that have taken place through MySpace include environmental campaigns from Green Peace, civil rights messages from groups like the American Civil Liberties Union, and activism that promotes anti-war or anti-poverty from agencies like Food Not Bombs.