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WhatsApp: Powerful Tool for Building a Community

The messaging app is good for a lot more than the silly messages passed on by kids
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) meets with Jan Koum, one of the founder of the messaging service WhatsApp, in Stanford, California, March 6, 2014. (Photo credit: Avi Ohayon/GPO/FLASH90)
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) meets with Jan Koum, one of the founder of the messaging service WhatsApp, in Stanford, California, March 6, 2014. (Photo credit: Avi Ohayon/GPO/FLASH90)

With statistics such as: 1B monthly active users and 42B messages sent per day you cannot ignore WhatsApp as a tool with great potential to grow and build communities.

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Here is a short SlideShare telling the story about how I gathered 2 powerful technology groups using the WhatsApp platform. One is an amazing Israeli group of tech leaders, with some of the most connected well-known tech journalists, cyber experts and entrepreneurs. This group had the honor to host VIPs like Yair Lapid and the British ambassador.

The second is a global tech group and brings together thought leaders from the following companies and news giants: Wall Street Journal, CNN, Mashable, eBay, Twitter, Google Ventures, Uber,  Forbes, Tech Crunch Amazon and more.

Image Credit: WhatsApp.

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Morad Stern - Global Dev Communities Manager, Wix.com, academic lecturer, Google mentor.
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