Thursday, September 21, 2017

To Excel In Web World, Be Original…

New Delhi: If you want to excel in web world then be original says experts at Webfair Meet-up in New Delhi on Sunday. It was organised by the Sastahost at Innov8, in Connaught Place. As per the organizers the purpose of this meet was to bring young entrepreneurs, students, bloggers and experts under one roof.

According to Pankaj Chopra, it was the first Webfair meet-up and result is very fruitful and increasing. After the response we received, we are also planning more such meet-up in future also. There were total four speakers who first gave an overview of their subjects then also answered the questions of public.

In the seminar, founder of, Dharmendra Kumar shared his tips about how to write good web content. He told the gathering that to engage readers on your website you have to be authentic and original.

The founder of Scribbify and young writer Rachit Singh shared his experience and discussed various web marketing tools. He told the youth that they can make their hobbies of web into a source of income also.

Growth hacker Amitabh Songara told the gathering about use and handling of social media. He gave the tips for better and effective use LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms.

Addressing the seminar founder of web hosting company Sastahost and Webfair Pankaj Chopra gave his tips about YouTube. He discussed all the nitty-gritty related to the making of YouTube video and functioning of channel.

Experts also share the tips as well as dos and don'ts. The overall view of the experts was that if you have caliber, imagination, creativity, ability to tell story then no one can stop you. But condition is that you have to be original and avoid cut, copy and paste habit.

Netcom system services, AB group, vector expert were the sponsor of the seminar and,, The Emerging World, were the media partners of this meet-up.
As reported by Bipin Tiwari

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