small webmaster, from a small start embrace mobile mutual benefit network – 2013 webmaster conference, a sense of

May 11, 2013, the founder of walnut ring forum honored guests as participants, the entire participation in the Eighth China Internet entrepreneurs conference. The theme of the conference is to embrace the mobile Internet in a comprehensive way. By participating in this conference, I felt a lot of benefits and learned a lot of real things. It’s impossible to talk about ideas all the time. It’s impossible to have ideas for every subject or topic. I just talk to me about what inspires me the most.

mobile Internet is about to become the main force of the future Internet, and now smart phones are almost omnipotent. Walk on the road, often see a handheld mobile phone with a large screen, young people on the phone to open software chat or play games. At this stage, in the countryside, many young mothers or fathers also hold mobile phones to talk about "QQ" or "WeChat". The rural areas have spread to this situation, not to mention the city. Don’t you want to make some profit from it?

At the

conference, APP made a detailed presentation of its products, providing a wealth of examples to prove the current and future prospects of mobile Internet (the best use of "money king" here). Grab the mobile phone users huge group platform, you can get profits from them. Who grabbed the cell phone users, who is likely to become the future of the network giant. In the interest of this temptation, Discuz also for the majority of webmaster friends launched the latest version of 3, and in June launched a more powerful mobile client. For us these small stationmaster, it is undoubtedly the big pie that falls in the sky. Will recommend to users of the forum for the first time, we have little occupied a mobile phone.

mobile Internet now by several giant occupied a large half of the country, but the conference staff pointed out that our small and medium-sized webmaster or personal webmaster, also survive, we must not do fine do the giants of the market, small market profit is amazing. We are not big and all, we should be small and beautiful.

What impressed me most in the

round table was the example of the late founder Dong Qinfeng: the application of two-dimensional codes. He took the car 4S shop for example. These 4S shop is not bad money, such as sweeping two-dimensional code to send you something, you can give you very valuable, it can do WeChat wall. For example, now the public account you are using, and free, can do maintenance skills, about some of BMW’s driving skills, how to deal with these problems and so on, my car has stalled, the public should be how to deal with, if you can answer this question, for example, see a place, 5 new very well, these contents together on a big screen above the 4S shop, do you think this is what effect. For us, think it’s a very simple technique, but the 4S store doesn’t think so. He will feel this good cow, you tell him, this sweep, sweep your hair, the screen came out, they feel very magical. You don’t think there’s any technical content

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