Blogging for startups- Ideas for creating awesome content online

We are in an age where startups are exploding everywhere like never before. Motivated entrepreneurs with enthusiastic ideas are aiming for domination of the market. Every startup is working on a secret recipe to make their content go viral. Every content creator’s dream is to become the next hit thing online. But how do you get your content to be passed from screen to screen? What exactly is the key to making your content go viral?

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How to become a successful Social Media Influencer in 2019

In the era of ‘hashtags’ and ‘worldwide trends’, many millennials and post millennials are striving to surpass their current online social grade. Whether it’s reviewing top games or critiquing makeup, there are numerous influencers online trying to carve a mark on this colossal space. Furthermore, if you’ve spent a lot of time on YouTube, Twitter, or Instagram, you’ve probably wondered how to become a social media influencer.

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How digital currency might help save the world.

With changing times, our economy is moving towards digitalisation at a fast pace. Paperless money transfer has become the most promising addition in the payment sector. This intangible method of transfer exists only in electronic form and takes place with the help of technology like the internet, computers or smartphones.

One of the most prominent form of digital currency is cryptocurrency because it uses cryptography for security, making it difficult to counterfeit. Also, the currency is not owned by the bank, thus the government has no role to play in your transitions, neither can it take the money away from you.

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Lacking efficiency: A stumbling block for every Indian startup

Recently India emerged as a third largest startup ecosystem in the world with over 5500 startups operating. Many of them are even making big headlines like Paytm that sealed a deal with Berkshire Hathaway’s owner Warren Buffet. Significant percentage of Indian startups that are able to successfully raise capital in the grocery tech- 5%, healthcare and consumer healthcare- 10% and smart home and home improvement- 11%. Sectors like E- commerce and Fintech are doing exceptionally well in Indian startup environment.

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