Revolutionizing Marketing and Sales for Everyone
Introducing YRL: a digital marketing platform where businesses can partner with individual creators to share their products, and pay them proportional to the number of users they bring.
YRL (pronounced as viral) is a platform where businesses can pay individual creators to share their products and ideas through any platform. Creators would get paid every time their content brings businesses real users (organic traffic).
Explain YRL platform to the world. Earn half of our earnings from the referred Businesses for the next TWO YEARS.
This blog post explains the YRL referral program. We want to partner with you as a brand ambassador of YRL, and share our earnings from all the business you bring us.
It’s as simple as sharing a Yrl. Simply claim a Yrl of our own Campaigns:
It takes less than 100 seconds to create a Yrl Campaign. In this post you will learn step by step instructions on how to Create your first Yrl Campaign.
Note: There’s no recurring or subscription fee to use Yrl for Businesses. All payments are made at Campaign level
You will automatically be routed to “Create Campaign” page. Once on the app, you can also come to this page by clicking “Go Viral” button on the nav bar.
This is the journey of our product discovery, development and launch.
The biggest challenge to most products, startups and businesses today is not the technical feasibility or operational execution. These challenges are deterministic in nature, in the sense that they can be overcome with good amount of work, research and intelligence.
The biggest challenge is growth. It’s adoption. It’s how the offering is distributed to large number of users in a short amount of time.
It’s how they can go viral in their target user demography.
The world is becoming more and more aware of privacy and concerns around it. We are trying to limit sharing our personal information online, but how often are we protecting one of our most private information: our legal address?
Think about it, how often do you share your legal address in the world?
From online shopping, to delivery like food, grocery or selling second hand goods in marketplace… how many entities did you share your address with in the last one year? My bad, one year is too long. How about last one month?
Your address information is personally identifiable…
MaiA: API platform for Point Address, and on a mission to Make AI Accessible for everyone.
tl;dr: Today we’re announcing our API platform MaiA (https://maia.rest) .
APIs for Point Address and Announce
MaiA is a by-product of our other consumer products including Announce and Point Address. To make Point Address eligible for integration, we had to enable an API plaform for it. MaiA will host all of Milkie Way APIs.
If needed, we can easily expose Announce data via API on MaiA platform.
Solving for everyone
To create content platforms for everyone, we have had to set up Content guidelines…
Our posts last month about Cloud incident got fair traction in the tech community. The posts were translated by reporters to various languages… how accurate was the translation is something I can’t comment on, but its purpose was to raise awareness which it did for sure.
I published the posts about that incident on our company blog as it forms our journey. Too often we read what worked well, but rarely do we hear about what didn’t work so well. In addition to successes, I firmly believe there’s good deal to learn from failures as most failures represent opportunities.
tl;dr: What is a great product user experience? This article shares the product lessons hidden in mighty Lint removers.
A few days ago during a call with my friend, I was asked a simple question: how to remove white particles (lint) from brand new black jeans?
My friend who I was on call with, had recently bought a black pair of jeans. Right after leaving home he realized that it was full of lint which made this brand new pair look like an old used jeans.
This problem is quite simple if you know the solution, but if you don’t…
In the last few weeks, the power of long term thinking has been consistently on my mind. This post is dedicated to long term thinking / actions, and an attempt to answer the age old interview question: “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”.
(Originally published at https://sudcha.com)
Over the course of time, I have given a lot of interviews for different positions. Every single time, no matter how many interviews I have given or aced until that point, I still get goosebumps.
One age old question: “Where do you see yourself in X years” keeps coming up either…