Teens of Raash Pabri
Age doesn`t equal success, and no one understands that more than the young entrepreneurs. They don`t require a degree to transform their ideas into a flourishing business. Raash Pabri is also one of the young entrepreneurs of our country. When he was studying at Institute of Hotel Management in Jaipur, he was fascinated by all the things happening in the online world at that time.His incredible journey began when his father gifted him his first Mobile. He got introduced to mobiles at this age, and gradually got busy exploring the internet world, and thus, developed an interest in digital marketing at a very early age.
Experiences Throughout This Journey
“The secret of life is to fall seven times and to get up eight times.” – Paulo Coelho.
This young entrepreneur did not succeed the first time. Raash has encountered many failures to reach where he is right now.
All of it was going as per the plan, but traffic monetization redirected Raash’s focus. Once he knew that he could monetize the traffic on his website, he began brainstorming ideas about generating more revenue. He knew that he had to find an incredible idea to accomplish his goals. Raash went all the way to Mumbai to approach many management team with his proposal. He wanted to use her Facebook page to create traffic on the website. The management accepted his proposal. But due to some unavoidable circumstances they had to end the partnership after a few months. But Raash was not ready to put a hiatus to his dreams. Raash monetized his website with Google AdSense, Revcontent, Taboola, MGID, Outbrain and other platforms to generate revenue. He developed a platform where people could generate links from his website and their referral links. Later, he started paying them a due share of his earnings. Consequently, he built a network of many publishers and a total audience of over millions. Raash Pabri made about many doller every month using his traffic and network when everything was at its apex. Everything was going fabulous until demonetization hit our lives.