tilaAmong social network users, 68 percent visit Facebook weekly, according to the latest annual survey of 40,000 American Net users by Forrester Research. But a nearly equal 59 percent visit MySpace — a healthy dose of traffic for a site that Internet hipsters like to claim “no one uses anymore.” MySpace’s member pages, such as the one shown here for entertainer Tila Tequila, are often hyperactively tacky and attract younger audiences.

One-third of online consumers use a social network site at least once a month, Forrester’s report says. That’s double the amount the company counted two years ago in 2007.

Another little-noted trend that Forrester called out: Sites like Eons and BOOMj.com are chasing older audiences. Even MySpace is courting boomers with substantial libraries of classic rock and jazz.