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Rupa Islan
Aug 02, 2022
In Business Forum
Let's take a look at the Internet at that time. We have just experienced the battle of hundreds of groups for group buying, passed the tens of billions of subsidies for free taxis, and entered the era of free riding of shared bicycles. If you look closely, these business models are essentially ToC traffic business, in which companies are pursuing how to quickly staking their Buy email list horses, delineate more end users to form a market monopoly, and can not earn money in the early stage Money, after forming a monopoly, cut leeks in a big way. Traffic business was a distinct Internet business game in that era, but in fact, to staking a horse, our demand for enterprises is how to quickly design a traffic product system that can support more complex operational activities. In this mode, a large number of product managers who are familiar with users, or the psychology of the youngest contemporary users, are needed to stimulate their consumption. So another question that makes product people puzzled can also be answered-why do many companies recruit products like fresh graduates? In fact, not only the product people don't understand it, but also the R&D students. For a product that can't even draw a flow chart, it actually has to guide the R&D students who are proficient in dozens of software architecture models to work. Looking at these traffic fields, we can actually classify a product and call it the C-end market. To put it bluntly, the C-end market is traffic play. After these years, after the clothing, food, housing, and transportation have been occupied by major giants, it is difficult for the next C-end market giants to grow up. For example, the only successful C-end phenomenon in recent years The first-class product is Douyin. Besides, have you heard of any new C-end products?
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