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How A New Business Model Can Easily Destroy Big Tech Companies Like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Alibaba09-01-2021 06:23
SaviorLife
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How A New Business Model Can Easily Destroy Big Tech Companies Like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Alibaba
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All kind of business model have their own weakness, even with the "media buff".
It is sad to see the "middle man" tech company have their huge influence to the society.
So today as the Savior, I will tell you their weakness and how to defeat, destroy their business easily.

Here are list of big tech companies weakness:

1. Work as a middleman service, not the original product creators.
2. Do not have public direct connection with national governments.
3. Completely closed source software.
4. Spying, listening,collecting people data without their awareness.
5. Take almost all the profit, do not share it to users.

That is their big weakness, you can easily defeat and destroy those big tech company no matter how the mainstream media is buffering them.

Example of a new fair tech company:
1. Open source offline, close source online
Any entities wish to check/verify the source code can go to the company office and verify by themselves, while the online code will be closed to maximum security. Here including all kind of authority, government,media.

2. Sharing at least 90-99% net profit with users
It can be done with some methods like issue limited tokens base on total number of users, then force any companies want to promote buy those tokens. And at the end of each quarter/year, issue it to the users base on various factor such as the time spending, where they come from to match with the advertise local companies, etc. Take little profit may be 1-5% to maintain the company.

3. Transparency of data collecting and selling to the advertisers
4. Have 2 versions: 1 is collecting user data and 1 is do not collecting anything, let's users to choose
5. Try to get some endorsement with the authority about the fairness of the system

That is some basic features will help you easily destroy the big tech giant companies.
It is to stupid to let the middle man to take all the profit while the content creator/contributor got next to nothing.

Everything always have their own weakness.
If you want to know more about how to defeat system, then make the donation and speak to me, I will tell you the solution and the methods.

Best Regard,
The Savior

Source: http://freejoy.aimoo.com
09-01-2021 19:28
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...
10-01-2021 02:44
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...


so-called Big Tech is destroying itself. People are already moving to services like Parler, Bitchute, Gab, etc.

And ad revenue that keeps 'Big Tech' alive is going to go with it.

You don't need Google. Use DuckDuckGo.
You don't need Youtube (Google). Use Bitchute or Parler.
You don't need Facebook. Use Parler.
You don't need Twitter. Use Gab or Parler.

Can't get the app? No problem. Just use any browser.

Can't stop the signal, Mel. =Serenity


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Edited on 10-01-2021 02:46
10-01-2021 03:05
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...



And you're still an entry level employee in a warehouse after 27 years of working there? You have my attention as well as Spongy Iris. 27 years of same job and no advancement matters to him. Just like you and IBDm, etc.,
Your reality and not mine.
Edited on 10-01-2021 03:06
10-01-2021 03:25
James___
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America has lost. God lost when Trump lost. Instead there is a corrupt politician in office. What a choice, corruption or God?
10-01-2021 03:30
James___
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Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...


so-called Big Tech is destroying itself. People are already moving to services like Parler, Bitchute, Gab, etc.

And ad revenue that keeps 'Big Tech' alive is going to go with it.

You don't need Google. Use DuckDuckGo.
You don't need Youtube (Google). Use Bitchute or Parler.
You don't need Facebook. Use Parler.
You don't need Twitter. Use Gab or Parler.

Can't get the app? No problem. Just use any browser.

Can't stop the signal, Mel. =Serenity



And next you'll say that if it's "Made In America" we all prosper.
10-01-2021 04:22
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...



And you're still an entry level employee in a warehouse after 27 years of working there? You have my attention as well as Spongy Iris. 27 years of same job and no advancement matters to him. Just like you and IBDm, etc.,
Your reality and not mine.


28 years, at the same warehouse, not the same job in the warehouse though. Hardly entry level either. Why move up to management? More money, less work, greater chance of getting fired? The job I have works well for me, pay sufficiently, and great security. It's there, long as I show up on time, and physically able. It's just a job, not my life's dream. I don't have your Norwegian greed or values, nor do I crap in a bag. My life is relatively stress free, which is the cause of most of the major health issues people have, as they age. Why would I want to gamble everything, risk having to start over, go through all that stress again? And, ma position at work, is one of only a few, that has no average/quota, production standard attached. There is only on pay grade higher, before going on salary (management). Those jobs are more physical work, and have a production standard. I simply value stability, over wealth an recognition. I really have no need to prove that I'm just as good, or better, than anyone else. Everybody has different dreams and ambitions, pointless to compare, or compete.
10-01-2021 04:34
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...



And you're still an entry level employee in a warehouse after 27 years of working there? You have my attention as well as Spongy Iris. 27 years of same job and no advancement matters to him. Just like you and IBDm, etc.,
Your reality and not mine.


28 years, at the same warehouse, not the same job in the warehouse though. Hardly entry level either. Why move up to management? More money, less work, greater chance of getting fired? The job I have works well for me, pay sufficiently, and great security. It's there, long as I show up on time, and physically able. It's just a job, not my life's dream. I don't have your Norwegian greed or values, nor do I crap in a bag. My life is relatively stress free, which is the cause of most of the major health issues people have, as they age. Why would I want to gamble everything, risk having to start over, go through all that stress again? And, ma position at work, is one of only a few, that has no average/quota, production standard attached. There is only on pay grade higher, before going on salary (management). Those jobs are more physical work, and have a production standard. I simply value stability, over wealth an recognition. I really have no need to prove that I'm just as good, or better, than anyone else. Everybody has different dreams and ambitions, pointless to compare, or compete.


In reality, you support Norwegian socialism. What matters more? Having it god today or my descendants having it good as well?
10-01-2021 04:37
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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Into the Night wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...


so-called Big Tech is destroying itself. People are already moving to services like Parler, Bitchute, Gab, etc.

And ad revenue that keeps 'Big Tech' alive is going to go with it.

You don't need Google. Use DuckDuckGo.
You don't need Youtube (Google). Use Bitchute or Parler.
You don't need Facebook. Use Parler.
You don't need Twitter. Use Gab or Parler.

Can't get the app? No problem. Just use any browser.

Can't stop the signal, Mel. =Serenity


Those are just start-ups, and as they grow, they'll need cash to expand, to keep up with the demand. If they don't, their sites will crash, and not be very useful or reliable for anyone. Most, probably hope, that on of the Big Tech guys, will buy out the competition, at an inflated price. If it's a silent sale, the Big Tech can continue to market it as an alternative to 'big tech', and install their mining and advertising schemes, just like on their mainstream sites...

Even those who started out with a noble intent, will eventually have to start making money off their site, to keep up with the volume, and popularity. It can't stay free, and still be affordable to just give away.
10-01-2021 04:45
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
James___ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Big tech giants got big, by offering 'free' services, to the users. They made money from advertising, and mining through user data, for marketing products to sell. Their software, is closed, and kept secret, because it's the very core of their business. They don't want competition, nor do they want users to know, just how much they are being used for... Social media, phone apps, streaming services, all mine data, on how people use the services, but more importantly, the collect information about the users. This way, they can sell marketing packages to other businesses, who can target their advertising, toward groups most likely to be interested in buying. Search engines are free, because they are tracking what people are interested in, by what the search for most often. Free to use, bypasses a lot of legal and ethical objections, since people aren't paying for the service, nor forced to use the products. The terms of service, are clearly laid out, for anyone who cares to read through 50+ pages...



And you're still an entry level employee in a warehouse after 27 years of working there? You have my attention as well as Spongy Iris. 27 years of same job and no advancement matters to him. Just like you and IBDm, etc.,
Your reality and not mine.


28 years, at the same warehouse, not the same job in the warehouse though. Hardly entry level either. Why move up to management? More money, less work, greater chance of getting fired? The job I have works well for me, pay sufficiently, and great security. It's there, long as I show up on time, and physically able. It's just a job, not my life's dream. I don't have your Norwegian greed or values, nor do I crap in a bag. My life is relatively stress free, which is the cause of most of the major health issues people have, as they age. Why would I want to gamble everything, risk having to start over, go through all that stress again? And, ma position at work, is one of only a few, that has no average/quota, production standard attached. There is only on pay grade higher, before going on salary (management). Those jobs are more physical work, and have a production standard. I simply value stability, over wealth an recognition. I really have no need to prove that I'm just as good, or better, than anyone else. Everybody has different dreams and ambitions, pointless to compare, or compete.


In reality, you support Norwegian socialism. What matters more? Having it god today or my descendants having it good as well?


Socialism doesn't work, which you obviously don't have any desire for getting a job, or keeping one. I think everyone should work, if they wish to survive, not live off 'free stuff' from the government. Your descendants? You said you never produced offspring, do to your service related disability. You'll not have any descendants, unless there is some medical miracles, that allows for asexual reproduction.




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