Videovibe, an another Indian bootstrapped startup has been selected by Facebook for its Fbstart program under which the startup will receive services and credits worth $40,000. The services will include mentorship from Menlo Park-headquartered Facebook’s engineering teams and services from its partners like Amazon Web Services, Annie, Dropbox, Adobe and MailChimp.
The news came within a week after Facebook selected Partiko — an another bootstrapped startup from New Delhi.
Founded in 2016 by R Ranjan Sahoo & Elisha Priyadarshini, Videovibe deals in Youtube analytics and video optimzation services & tools, and has launched its web platform in September this year.
Videovibe compiles data from YouTube and uses the data to make statistical graphs and charts that track progress and growth. We include information such as estimated earnings and future projections, providing both numerical data and easy-to-read graphs. Statistics are freely available to anyone using our website or smartphone apps. VideoVibe Web Platform went live this year,Videovibe currently tracks over 10k YouTube channels and currently has over 30,000 users, over 50,000 Website view, and 15000 happy customers.
In the next 6 months, VideoVibe plans to go social and aim to engage more users. Also, the focus will be on to take the revenue in eight digits.
FbStart, which caters to the early-stage, mobile-focused startups, has so far selected three more startups from India. Apart from Videovibe and Partiko, Facebook has selected Couponhaat and Jobsenz in October this year for its FbStart program.
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