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It’s Time to Change Twitter’s Market Positioning

It’s interesting to see how market positioning can influence user growth, algorithm, product design, and more. If you’re involved in a product that’s developed for the mass market (say, a social app), this will be quite useful.  Now, as I mentioned in the title, I’m going to talk about Twitter’s market positioning, why it’s not […]

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The Second Wave of Social Media

We all know what’s up with Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg said he’s going to pivot his company towards privacy and encryption. Many speculate Mr. Zuckerberg is trying to make Facebook, the WeChat for the non-chinese people. Also, there’s something interesting happening in Snap (Snapchat is better than Facebook, with respect to one-to-one communication, privacy, and encryption). Snap […]

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Digital Journalism – The Way We See the Problem is the Problem

Internet killed print journalism. Now the Internet is killing Internet journalism. Is it so? It’s been all around the news. Twitter has been hosting some serious conversions on the media layoffs. Media companies, one after another, kept announcing their restructuring (ahem, layoff) plans. Verizon Media, BuzzFeed, HuffPost, Vice Media, McClatchy, Gannett, you name it. As […]