Jul 28, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
Everyone knows that Facebook started on campus. Of course, there are many historical reasons for starting from the campus at that time: Zuckerberg was still in Harvard at that time, and he had done many campus projects before founding Facebook. The more famous one is Facemash; Xiao Zha’s technical talent, a pair of Harvard twins (Winklevoss) asked Xiao Zha to make a Harvard social networking site. Xiao Zha thought that this idea was quite good, and it was better to do it by himself (this reflects the core of understanding technology at that time) Competitiveness), and quickly set up Facebook's website. Facebook hit college students' need to phone number list socialize online and quickly exploded on Harvard's campus. Subsequently, several well-known schools and all Ivy League schools were opened one after another, and finally all universities were opened. Facebook quickly became popular on all campuses in the United States in a very short period of time. There are two very important points here: First, a strong social product requires a sufficiently high density Many companies do not understand this and start to strengthen social products, and the result is a high probability of failure (I am talking about strong social products here, and some community content-oriented products are another matter).