Web2.0 IT both in domestic and foreign circles is a hot topic, I did not think that " a few days ago; who is Chinese in the next ten years will be Web2.0 hero " then hot of an article, I estimate this eye-catching blog title will make this blog very hot). Discussion on many domestic Web2.0 are at the theoretical level, and this blog see today is how to create a successful Web2.0 website from the operational level, some techniques about domestic Web2.0 company worth to learn.
1, for users to solve a " small " problems, and clearly know what you are trying to solve. My understanding is from a small point of view, and this small place is precisely the user demand has not been satisfied place. For example, this paper Google examples, Google is just beginning to solve all the difficulties of information search (but Google Web2.0 website? Ha ha), such as Flickr is to solve all image storage and sharing difficulties, from such targeted " small " start to point to attract users to use your service.
2, find responsible and actively participate in the discussion of users. The users who have these inputs are your greatest asset, and they will constantly offer suggestions for improvement to make your service more perfect.
3, launched as soon as possible. Don’t wait for the perfect " service; " after the launch, but let your users to help you improve the service through the user’s perfect is the real respect and improve the user experience and user needs, than you otherwise far better results. And continuing new features will be more attractive to your users to continue using. And after the launch of the service, it will continue to improve, as the concept of an ever beta version of keso mentioned in blog.
4 allows users to use your services everywhere. Don’t let your users on your site to enjoy your service, let your users anywhere can use your services, such as the del.icio.us Linkroll Flickr function, blog publishing, released on their blog power to 365key bean, yesterday the functions of news and so on.
5, don’t go against the user’s wishes. If you want to leave, just provide a feasible way for them to leave, will focus on improving the service and web user experience, let users willing to come back, and not let them continue to use your services.
6, simplicity is beauty. Provide users with the simplest but ways to meet their needs.
7, attract and retain users with free services, don’t rush