I felt very early that the community couldn't do it." Zhang Ming, the first employee of Wukong Q&A, said four years after leaving ByteDance. Among the group of traditional media people chasing the Internet, Zhang Ming only stayed in Byte for a special database year before returning to the media. He didn't even think that his work this year was of any value. At the beginning of 2021, the Wukong Q&A APP announced that it was officially shut down, completely erasing the traces of Zhang Ming's efforts. In the public memory, Wukong Q&A began with a large-scale.
Poaching of Zhihu, and finally ended with low-quality content and fading subsidies. For ByteDance and more Internet giants known for their algorithms and efficiency, this is a reflection on traffic and users. Wukong Q&A sends offline notification Image special database source/official website public information It is a pity that the community is not an ideal experimental field for "developing miracles". A good Q&A community is a platform for questioners, answerers, and users, which requires long-term cultivation and cultivation. Wukong Q&A, which emerged in 2017.
Spent a lot of money to dig up creators, but did not gain users and high-quality content. Reviewing the development process of Wukong Q&A, we can find that this community has been in the embarrassment of dislocation from beginning to end. For Zhang special database Ming, the only question is why ByteDance did this project. First, the starting point: wrong at the beginning In 2016, when Zhang Ming decided to jump from traditional media to the Internet, he was very interested in the knowledge-based question and answer community. He interviewed Toutiao and Zhihu at the same time