Sudhanshu Kapoor Talks About His Startup PayOOM

June 29, 2016 Startuptalkies

"Listen and give Respect to other opinions but just do the shit that rings a bell in Your Heart..."

  • We are a Affiliate Network. We help Advertisers in reaching their target audience by running tailor made performance campaigns that bring more sales, higher ROI and more value as compared to other marketing channels.

    For Publishers PayOOM is a doorway to high converting, top paying advertising campaigns. Whether you are promoting through websites, search, contextual, email, mobile apps etc, partnering with Payoom is like having an experienced business development salesman in your staff who will always get you best campaigns to monetize your online inventory.

    Our Passionate team is always looking for partners who can help promote our portfolio of high-converting Campaigns (CPA, CPL, CPI, CPV, CPC), we make sure we provide our publishers with advanced tracking technology, real-time reporting and timely payments.

  • Indeed it is a difficult task especially in a country like India. I guess motivation always come from dreams that you see with open eyes. In my case,since childhood, I have this dream of running my own business. Approx 7-8 years ago, just after completing my graduation, I gave my first shot to entrepreneurship, but somehow that affair only lasted for some 5-6 Months, however the learning that it gave me was far more as compared to my 2 years MBA post that. It was the first time I fell in love with the idea of a startup.

    After MBA i worked for a startup for almost 3 years and after gaining enough experience and I teamed up with my two friends Siddharth and Laxman to start our own venture and that’s how PayOOM got started.

  • For me its very simple, if YOU are Healthy and are happy from your Life you have Tasted success. As a entrepreneur i believe success is to make something out of nothing like a Product or a service that make a positive change on society and bring good money to all stakeholders.
  • No we are a self-funded Startup, luckily we make enough profits that we never thought of bringing any investors on board.
  • Our Vision is to become India's biggest Affiliate Marketing Network with a global presence.We want to change the way Affiliate Networks works in India by providing better tools and complete transparency to our Partners.
  • As per my belief, you can't motivate someone to stay back when they are getting better opportunities, but as a founder its your responsibility to hire right people who believe in your Product and your Vision and create a environment where people have enormous opportunities to grow in all aspects.

    At PayOOM our focus is always to make sure we create a great environment where people have lots of opportunities to grow and where work is always FUN. Talking about fun part, with work we do a number of things very often to make sure everyone is having Fun like celebrating Birthday's at Office, Daru parties, Leisure trips and much more.

  • We are already bringing some changes in people's life by our startup.
    1. We have created many employment opportunities directly and many indirectly.
    2. We help Publishers in monetising their web/mobile inventory.
    3. We help Brands and startups in customer Acquisition at a very cost-effective price.
  • 1. Think differently and you will see opportunities everywhere, you just need to be smart enough to find and fill a gap in the market.If you don't have a good New Idea imitate a working business model but make sure do it in a better way.
    2.Take Risks and follow your heart, entrepreneurship comes only from risk-taking. More.. http://tinyurl.com/jdpk75k
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