This article only represents my personal opinion or the opinion of some people based on my personal behavior pattern: Since I don’t know much about the video industry, and I don’t know the in-depth details of major websites, this article will contain (not possible) may contain or may contain) misunderstandings due to my lack of understanding.
This article is a special edition of product reviews, specifically for video websites. If there is a chance in the future, we will make a follow-up Buy email list review, so this article is named "One".
Sometimes, I feel very superficial, because I know that if a person does not understand things to a very deep level, he is not qualified to comment.
The theme of this issue: user participation, continuous optimization, product bottom line
The writing time of this article: August 14, 2017, in which the functional description refers specifically to the status displayed on this date.
Occupation: Retail industry (opening a canteen), mainly using PC-side web pages, often chasing popular variety shows and animations (iqiyi and Tencent, supplemented by Youku), watching DOTA videos (Youku) when I am bored, and watching documentaries (Tencent is a The main, iqiyi is the auxiliary), and occasionally read the news (iqiyi);
Others: All three websites are VIPs, of which iqiyi and Tencent accounts are also lent to family members who like to watch children's animations and TV series;
The other two: ADsafe software is enabled by default to avoid advertisements, and VIP is mainly used to watch content instead of skipping advertisements.
One: user participation
Video websites are a product of the web2.0 era. Logically speaking, user participation should be emphasized. In fact, I personally think that all websites are superficial. As competition intensifies, some even return to the web1.0 era (de-customization). trend:
Web1.0: Professional production of content, separation of production and consumption;
Web2.0: User-generated content, integration of production and consumption;
The whole trend personally feels like this: professional production –> user production –> professional production;
I not only think that the application of web2.0 by video websites is superficial, but also that their understanding of web2.0 is superficial. I think that web2.0 is the low-level cognition of user participation when user-generated content is uploaded;