Zhihu, from being called the Chinese version of Quora, to about twice the valuation of Quora, how did Zhihu grow into the number one content platform in the Chinese market? Introduction to this issue: What kind of company is Quora, the grandfather of the global knowledge quiz community? Why does Zhihu, which originated from Quora, now have twice the market value of Quora? What is the underlying logic behind the counterattack of China's speed? In fact, Zhihu’s flywheel has already begun to turn. In 2017, Zhihu completed a $100 million Series D financing with a valuation of $2 billion. At the same time, its teacher, Quora, the founder of the global knowledge quiz community, also completed a $85 million Series D financing, with a valuation of $1.8 billion.
This is the first time Zhihu’s market value has surpassed Quora . In the past two years, Zhihu has completed a $270 million Series E financing and a $430 million Series F financing, becoming a super unicorn with a market value of $3.5 billion, about twice the current market value of Quora . How does Zhihu, which originated from Quora, outperform phone number list Quora? 1. About Quora 1. What is Quora? Quora, officially launched in 2010, is a knowledge sharing community based on Q&A, where users can ask, answer, edit and categorize information. Founded in the United States, its current users are mainly distributed in India (38.7%), the United States (29.5%), the United Kingdom (2.3%) and Canada (2.0%). In 2017, Quora successfully became a Silicon Valley unicorn with a market value of $1.8 billion after completing its $85 million Series D financing. It was once called "a
nightmare by Yahoo Q&A and Wikipedia" by foreign media. Currently, Quora has more than 300 million monthly unique visitors. Question Or Answer，qu+or+a=Quora 2. Adam D'Angelo, founder of genius Talking about all the achievements of Quora today, first of all thanks to its founder Adam D'Angelo. Adam is an out-and-out genius. He took part in the US Computer Olympiad in high school and won eighth place. Adam worked day and night in college to help Mark Zuckerberg build Facebook, and later served as Facebook's first CTO. Xiao Zha never hesitated to praise Adam: "For every good thing I do, he can make six." In addition, Adam was named "One of the Smartest People in Tech" by Fortune Magazine. For most of the world, being the CTO of Facebook and owning a 0.8% stake in it (worth more than $600 million) is a high point in life, but Adam is not content with