at this stage of the financial crisis, the global economic downturn, China’s impact is also very deep. In addition, 6 million of college graduates flock to the job market every year, and employment in various industries is not optimistic. So self entrepreneurship has become the new way of many young people, many graduates choose to do this road, but at present, a total of about 3000000 sites, of which the small personal website also accounted for a large proportion of. So many websites, so many stationmaster, although there is no direct competition relation among each website, but if do not make the website do fine, make new idea, so it is difficult to stand out in so many similar websites.

and some Adsense is indeed in the garbage station, no new ideas, not much content, natural flow rarely, linger do stand almost impossible to have a way out? Many owners are thinking about how to put himself well, even want to play ball, take a shortcut, but many are blindly and others do the station will follow the novel novel station, others website template, used them does not change, these may bring you profit in the short term, but not for long. Stationmaster net admin5.com triumphantly believes that innovation is a site of life, only take the road of innovation, the innovation spirit do stand has a web site to find their own way to the development of the Internet, to the birth of a legend like Ma Yun, Robin Li, Shi Yuzhu of the people.

many webmaster to ask, if the innovation is always implemented, I think the most important thing is that all the user experience as the center, dare to break the routine, open up their own thinking and vision. An article "like I saw yesterday do stand to successful innovation is the key, the bees and flies for example, flies is not industrious bee but is bound not to dare to break the normal procedure, logical thinking, and ultimately out of the bottle.

can give a few examples. Such as the latest version of QQ2009, although the resources occupied and so on are not satisfactory, but the introduction of SNS functionality is innovative, but also better to improve the user experience. For example, in the top of the screen to open the web page of the Tencent Mini button, we all know that the Tencent mini network brings great convenience to users of fast reading news, but the previous version are fixed time pop out of control, and the new version, you can always click on the icon to open the mini interface over the network, quickly get the latest news information. Although QQ2009 is not a web site, but the webmaster can do in the station can learn from this train of thought, is to facilitate the user experience on innovative articles.

the latest rise of online shopping network, flowers, thought also originates from the user, because now the busy pace of life, many workers did not buy food to buy things, buy dish network and flowers network just like saving commuters timely assistance as daily shopping time, users simply click on the the mouse will be at home waiting for delivery of fresh vegetables.

also has many examples of ways to look for web sites from user needs and experiences. This is innovation

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