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These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times

These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times

Sharechat boom in the country nowadays Getting hit by. ShareChat can be used in 10 Indian languages. Experts are calling it the Facebook of India. You will be surprised to know that the three friends who made it had worked on 14 projects, but none of them worked. ShareChat currently has 40 lakh, active users, across the country. On this 2 lakh posts are shared daily.

These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times
These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times

Know Sharechat-

Sharechat was started in the year 2015. Sharechat is an Android app in 10 Indian languages. On this, you can share the post in Bhojpuri, Chhattisgarhi language. They have about 40 lakh active users who share 2 lakh posts daily. 

This is how it started- (These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times)

It was started by 3 friends together. 25-year-old Farid started it with his friends Bhanu Singh and Ankush Sachdeva, who studied together in IIT. In Sharechat, Bhanu Pratap Singh is the CTO, Fareed Ehsan is the CEO, and Ankush Sachdeva is the Chief Product Officer. Now Share Chat has a team of 50 people, of which 18 are developers. Sharechat has its office in Bangalore. He started ShareChat in the year 2015.

Before this, 14 of his projects failed- (These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times)

All three were included in the Forbes Under 30 list. All three of them have been working for the last six years. He first became a business partner and after that their friendship grew. All three of them worked together on 17 projects out of which 14 failed. One of his plans came to fruition on the 15th project.

Got the idea like this- (These Three Friends made the Indian version of Facebook after failing 14 times)

During the chat fight, he found 32,000 people who wanted to chat only in their local language. He saw that the retired professor in Midnapore was looking for a world where he could communicate in his own language. There were millions of people like him who wanted to speak in their own language. The demand for local language platforms is also increasing in India.

Benefits of JioWith the introduction of free data and cheap Android phones at the beginning of Jio, the number of people coming to the Internet world for the first time has increased. The content in the local language was not available for rural and semi-urban people and the demand for local language was increasing continuously in this group. Then in 2014, he removed the English language. He started creating user-generated content systems.

There are more users of ShareChat in the smaller cities-

At present, more than 70 percent of their users are 12 to 25 years old and above 70 years of age. Out of these, 86 percent population is from Tier II and Tier III cities. His 5 percent audience is also in Bangladesh, Canada and Dubai. Every day about 35 lakh of his content is also shared on WhatsApp.

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