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WittyFeed bags two awards at the First 'Digipub Awards' for online publishers

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

WittyFeed, World's second largest and India's largest viral content marketing company came out as the big winner at the first Digipub Awards with two honors. The Digipub Awards is India's first such initiative to reward inspiring initiatives by websites in English and Indian languages, across a spectrum of parameters. The award ceremony was a part of Digipub World Conference, a two-day convention for web publishers which consisted of conference, awards, exhibition and master classes.

WittyFeed won two of the most prestigious awards in the ceremony, bagging gold and silver awards for Best Innovation in Publishing for viral9 and Best Brand Partnership for being the digital partner for the highly acclaimed movie Baahubali 2, respectively. Viral9 is the distribution platform designed and developed in-house that helps Influencers monetize all social media audience/followers. It is a leading trendsetter in the viral content industry and has been helping Brands reach the larger base of the audience in the most efficient way.

Delighted on the win Vinay Singhal, Co-Founder & CEO of WittyFeed said "We are very elated on this win; it is a euphoric moment for us. The hard work of the whole team at WittyFeed has really paid off with this recognition. It is time for us to work even more hard to acquire many more awards in our kitty. Working for Bahubali2 was already very exciting and now this award has certainly added feather in the hat. We would like to thank all the brands who believed and shown faith in us and more over the Digipub World conference who for considering us for this prestigious award."

WittyFeed is also an independent creator of virally successful content across 18 categories including travel, inspiration, relationships, health & fitness, food and celebrities.

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First Published: Wed, October 04 2017. 17:07 IST
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