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hmmhasany4510
Apr 10, 2022
In Wellness Forum
payment itself has become a way to quickly retrieve high-quality content. James Gleick once mentioned in "A Brief History of Information" that there are various strategies for dealing with information overload, but in the final analysis, they can be essentially divided into two categories: either filtering or searching. For people who need to obtain value information, payment itself is actually a kind of filtering of value information. So, does the launch of micro content payment in the future mean that WeChat will fully enter the field of knowledge payment? Not also. On the one hand, launching paid content WeChat is more about strengthening the relationship with high-quality content creators through "realization rewards" for high-quality content authors. On the other hand, users can quickly obtain high-quality value information by means of "paid filtering", and strengthen the optimization of WeChat content ecology. In addition, knowledge payment is not equal to "education payment". In fact, "payment for education" is a business that has been commercially proven and has always existed. The real knowledge payment is actually more pure, that is, users obtain valuable information by paying for "non-utilitarian" factors such as hobbies. Therefore, the real knowledge payment market must be niche, not just needed. Objectively, the paid function may cause some paid content creators to return to the sms marketing service WeChat content ecosystem. But knowledge payment is not the focus of WeChat. After all, WeChat is not a product that will chase the trend, and knowledge payment as a trend has gradually cooled down.
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hmmhasany4510
Apr 07, 2022
In Wellness Forum
and Anika is addicted to beauty filters on Snapchat. Uncle becomes a girl, a kind of "filter disease" is popular all over the world? A comparison of a user taking a selfie with a snapchat filter Living under the beauty filter has become a global issue. The average monthly active users of beauty apps in China reached 240 million in 2019. Meitu Xiuxiu produces 100 million selfies per day, and the average retouching time for each photo is more than 40 minutes, which is longer than normal makeup time. Many people took 200 selfies, and only 1 was posted on social media. For Anika, she no longer wants to let real-life friends know about her Snapchat account due to her long-term selfie retouching. After a long time, she also began to be dissatisfied with her nose bridge and wished it was higher. Sometimes, Anika's fans want to ask her to meet offline. She began to develop a sense of anxiety, "I feel like I have to look like a selfie." At that time, Anika began to contact plastic surgeons online, thinking that her nose looked as small and small as the filter. quite. Like Anika, many people have entered the road of plastic surgery because of excessive selfies and indulging themselves in filters. London plastic surgeon Tijion Esho dubbed the phenomenon "Snapchat metamorphosis" in 2018. Eishue sms marketing service pointed out that in the past, patients will use the facial features of celebrities as plastic standards, such as the entire Brad Pitt chin, Natalie Porter's nose. Now, patients who walk into a plastic surgery clinic take a selfie of themselves using Snapchat or Facetune and tell the plastic surgeon, "I want it to look like it's in the selfie."
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