A special writer for the New York Times Chinese website , published an article reviewing the changes in product thinking and profit thinking on Sina Weibo since its launch. The premise of this article is that Sina Weibo recently launched the V5 version, whatsapp database and the most obvious feature is that it has become more like an SNS. This reflects Sina Weibo's efforts to get rid of the substance and image of the media. However, does Sina have the genes and ability to be a good SNS? Will users who are accustomed to using Weibo as a medium accept Sina's unilateral design? Wang Chenhan expressed doubts. Excerpts from the article are as follows: What does the new whatsapp database version of Sina Weibo look like? As far as I know, the biggest feature of the new version of Weibo is that it replicates the "cover" design of Facebook's "Timeline" (timeline) and the Google+ "circle" function of Google's social product.
The new version of Sina Weibo is indeed moving closer to Facebook and Google+; while Sina was modeled after Twitter when Weibo was launched. This change is not only the addition of functions such as "cover" and "targeted publishing", but the core whatsapp database of Sina Weibo is the transformation from media to social media. Weibo in the Twitter era is all about the rapid spread of information: users have to express one thing clearly within 140 characters; pictures and videos are converted into a short link of a few characters. On Facebook and Google+, any articles, images and videos will be presented directly, this is to better understand the owner whatsapp database of the information. Sina Weibo, despite its dominance, has not been able to find an effective way to make money. Twitter across the ocean has the same confusion.
This is manifested in that it weakens the priority of information on the page display, and starts to mine the user's relationship chain, gradually approaching the social network. In this revision, Sina Weibo's intention to turn to social networking is more whatsapp database obvious and thorough. It wants to enjoy the valuation increase brought by the concept of Weibo to social networking. "I can't help but say that this is greed." Keso, a well-known Chinese Internet observer, once held a pessimistic attitude towards Sina's attempts to socialize, "Sina Weibo should avoid whatsapp database interfering in users' private lives and avoid making itself a social network. Communication tools. Because Sina has no experience or resources in this area, too much publicity of private life will definitely dilute the core media value of Weibo.