" Part One" said that in 2014, the entire mobile social field was caught in a scuffle, with contacts and Fetion taking turns to fight with WeChat; social interests came one after another, and they parted ways with both sexes; anonymous social stopped text message service from the precipice, ready to fight against Momo... At the same time, a new star is rising, to add another fire to this battlefield. The next story starts here. 2014-2015: No future for campus socializing? At the beginning of the 21st century, James Hong and Jim Young founded the online dating community Am I Hot or Not, allowing users to rate other people's photos: Hot or Not. This extremely simple gameplay has brought inspiration and inspiration to many social entrepreneurs in the following ten years. In 2003,
Zuckerberg hacked the Harvard database and uploaded photos of all the girls in the school to Facemash, allowing everyone to evaluate who was hotter. The campus version of Hot or Not later became the world's largest social networking site, Facebook. At the text message service beginning of YouTube, Chen Shijun also tried to make it a HOT or NOT of the film and television version, but the team did not have enough beauty resources, so he switched to video sharing. As an antique of the PC era, the vitality of Hot or Not is endless. In 2012, Tinder was born, inheriting its spirit to the mobile terminal. Swipe right to like, swipe left to pass, and like each other can create a conversation. Concise, efficient style and subversive LBS scene,
Tinder quickly swept the United States and Europe, is considered to "redefine the whole stranger social." The Evolutionary History of Mobile Social text message service Networking (Part 2): The Great Wave Wang Yu and Pan Ying from the P1 community noticed Tinder and felt that this model effectively reduced the harassment of female users. At that time, the P1 team was in a bottleneck period. Although it had a certain amount of users and advertising revenue, it was difficult to make breakthroughs and become a great company. The popularity of Tinder made the couple vaguely see the possibility of a larger and more universal social platform. In May 2014, Tantan, developed by the original P1 team, was officially launched. Like Tinder the future.