Jaipur: All about the web, discussed at fifth chapter of 'Webfair Meetup' organised here in the hotel 'Rock Well', on Sunday afternoon, April 8.
Stifan Hiwale, Senior Business Development Executive from OpenProvider; Rakesh Kumar, Senior Server Administrator from Advika Web; Dharmendra Kumar, Founder, Mediabharti Web Solutions, Jitendra Dhaka, Managing Director at Crazzle Plus, and Pankaj Chopra, Founder, Sastahost presented their papers on the subject ‘Domains And More…’, ‘How to Secure Your WordPress Website or Blog from Hackers’ , ‘Social Media’s impact On Human Behavior…’, ‘Make Money Online’, and, ‘YouTube for Beginners / Earn Money from YouTube’ respectively and interacted with participants.
dir="ltr" lang="en">?Dharmendra Kumar ?, Senior Journalist and Founder of @mediabharti , is currently speaking on the topic 'Impact of #SocialMedia on Human Behaviour' at #WebFair MeetUp 5.0 happening at ? RockWell, Jaipur, India | Sponsored by @rathiko, @versatileprime & @papasiddhi pic.twitter.com/x0Bl532wrn— Webfair (@webfairdotin) April 8, 2018
According to organisers, "Webfair Meetup 5.0" as the event called, benefited small-medium web entrepreneur, professionals, researchers, students or other newbies in the industry, who are keen update themselves and to learn more about Domains, Hosting, Blogging, Web Content, Internet Marketing, Web Security and other Open Source Platforms strategies. Leading professionals from the IT industry tabled their papers, presentation, and thoughts about their research and experiences.
Advika Web, Papa Siddhi, AB Group and Versatile Prime InfoSoft sponsored the event while Mediabharti.com, GIndiaNews.com, The Emerging World and SamacharXpress.com were the media partners.
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